Google's new DIY AI kits could help shape the future

Tuesday, 17 Apr, 2018

At the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), Google unveiled the prototype Augmented Reality Microscope (ARM) platform that can detect cancer.

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For numerous sites, Google has developed 3D models that allow viewers to see these cultural wonders from every angle. The kits are showing on the Target US website, with the Voice Kit priced at $49.99USD, while the Vision Kit is priced at $89.99USD.

Since launching previous year, Google has received "continued demand for the kits, especially from the STEM audience" who see value in the kits to further education.

It's not clear what points of interest Google will use for its directions, however, it's a nice addition. The user was riding around the city when Google Maps said the following: "turn right after Burger King".

"The Voice Kit lets you build a voice-controlled speaker, while the Vision Kit lets you build a camera that learns to recognise people and objects", the firm added.

It will also be pre-installed on all Android Oreo devices, which will be available in stores soon. Though the new kits cost more, they are worth the price, as they come with all the needed items to do it yourself (DIY).

"At Google, we have also published results showing that a convolutional neural network is able to detect breast cancer metastases in lymph nodes at a level of accuracy comparable to a trained pathologist", the post said.

This is a very cool example of a tech company taking some initiative to help encourage communities to enhance their STEM programs in schools.

Not all of the locations can be viewed in VR. The internet services giant wanted to cover most parts of India through the Google Street View. TensorFlow, which is Google's machine learning framework, will help users do more immersive experiments with their AIY Vision Kit and AIY Voice Kit.

For those unware, this landmark-based navigation feature is already there for the users in the country, and incidentally is one of the India-first features that Google rolled out for its Maps app in March this year.