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Artificial Intelligence by Giorgi Chakhnashvili VS Google

Google now has a competitor. Digital mind, same as artificial intelligence is a product created by Georgian genius 16 year-old Giorgi Chakhnashvili.  Artificial intelligence orally and in written form responses to questions on marketing, management and tourism issues. Among them, the ability to get a high level of education also …

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Google’s Partner Georgian Digital Marketing Agency – Alter Way

Digital Marketing Agency Alter Way has established in Georgia in 2014 and although activities began in 2012, starting with the American audience. There are Google’s four partner companies in the region, including Alterway,  which has partnered with Search Engine Marketing (Search) as well as Google Analytics. Marketer had an interview …

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Georgian Language got Available on Google’s Voice Recognition System

Google can recognize a lot of languages of the world by voice, although Georgian was missing. Just a few hours ago, Georgian became available. 30 new languages ​​have been added to Google’s voice recognition system, including Georgian! It should be noted that Google’s search engine can recognize any words, phrases, …

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Google to Develop Georgian Farmers’ Innovative Application

Georgian farmers will soon have a new instrument, that will help them to sell their production at a profitable price. The company “Google” developers with the collaboration of Georgian farmers’s platform “Tractor”, have developed a tool of market prices, that will allow the farmers to check out their prices set on the …

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Business Against Online Loans: Google Bans Advertising Online Loans

The private business sector objects to online credit organizations. Apparently, online credits are considered hazardous undertaking in not only Georgia. Starting July 13, 2016 Google company will cease placing microloan advertisements in its Adwords system. The new regulation refers to any loan advertisement with the maturity period of less than …

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Google Funds Georgian Student’s Startup

Google to Fund Georgian Student's Startup

The Free University team won in the competition of Google named “Tango Project App Incubator”. According to the Free University, Google and Lenovo team up for Project launching the new tablet that will go on sale in this summer. “A few months ago it was announced the competition where the participants had to …

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Technologies Wants to Deliver Goods With Six-Wheeled Robots

Technologies Wants to Deliver Goods With Six-Wheeled Robots

Two former Skype co-founders, Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis, are jumping on the automated delivery bandwagon this week with the launch of a new company called Starship Technologies. However, rather than using airborne, drone-based delivery methods like Amazon and Google, the company is proposing an Earth-bound delivery solution that relies on a fleet …

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Azercell Secures Leading Position in Twitter

Azercell Secures Leading Position in Twitter

Azercell Telecom, leading mobile operator of Azerbaijan, has become a leader among local brands in Twitter once again. The company has achieved 100% result for customer inquiry response via its official Twitter page. Azercell received 656 inquiries – the highest number among mobile operators and all inquiries were responded promptly. …

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Google’s Sundar Pichai becomes highest-paid CEO in US

Google's Sundar Pichai becomes highest-paid CEO in US

Google Inc.’s Sundar Pichai is poised to become one of the highest-paid executives of a publicly traded company this year after parent Alphabet Inc. awarded him restricted stock worth about $199 million. Pichai, who is Google’s chief executive officer, received 273,328 Class C shares on Feb. 3 that will vest …

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Adobe Flash has Begun to Die

Adobe Flash has Begun to Die

Deaths are rarely to be celebrated, but there is one passing that certainly won’t be widely mourned: that of Adobe’s Flash. 2015 was the year the bug ridden security flaw finally went into terminal decline. Once the darling of the new interactive web (we’re talking in the late 1990s), enabling …

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