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Google has a borderline-creepy take on video calls from the future

Google has a borderline-creepy take on video calls from the future

Google's I/O developer conference kicked off today, and among all the exciting announcements about fixing Wear OS and UI tweaks, the search giant unveiled a wild new video chat project it's working on. Called Starline, it uses machine learning and special displays to render video calls in convincing 3D. The result looks like something straight out of science fiction.

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Google I/O features the triumphant return of 2020's hottest blob-based music act

Google I/O features the triumphant return of 2020's hottest blob-based music act

Don't call it a comeback ... actually, yeah, it's a comeback. Google's Blob Opera digital experiment, a curiosity that became a brief sensation last December, will be back for tomorrow's Google I/O keynote speech. Google took to Twitter to make the announcement:

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Google’s Blob Opera experiment lets you create festive music — no talent required

Google’s Blob Opera experiment lets you create festive music — no talent required

This year has been drab but that doesn't mean we can't end it on a good note. In fact, Google's new machine learning experiment, called Blob Opera, aims to do just that. With the help of some adorable little blobs — reminiscent of Google's much-loved old emoji — you can create festive songs before sharing them with friends and family.

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Google’s latest AI experiment wants you to lip-sync a song to help it learn how we speak

Google’s latest AI experiment wants you to lip-sync a song to help it learn how we speak

Google's AI projects are by far some of the most impressive in the world. If you use a Pixel device, there's AI behind almost everything you do, from taking photos to talking to Assistant. Google's latest experiment asks you to lipsync with a popular song, and in return, you get a scorecard rating your efforts. Think Singstar without the music videos or the ability to choose the song, and you've got an accurate idea of what this does.

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Shared Piano is a Google experiment for jamming with your friends remotely

Shared Piano is a Google experiment for jamming with your friends remotely

Lockdown has been especially hard for musicians around the world, whether professionals who play in bands or amateurs who like to noodle around with their friends sometimes. Google's latest web-based experiment could help with that, allowing groups of up to 10 to play music together remotely.

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