Join us in person for free training, demos, coaching with Googlers and more on August 6 at the Nevada Museum of Art form 9 AM until 5 PM – Drop in for 5 minutes or stay the whole day. We’ll have workshops, one-on-one coaching, hands-on demos, networking and more!
Hey, Google, when is the “Grow With Google” tour coming to Reno? The answer is, “a lot sooner than you think.” Google’s national digital training tour will make a stop in the Biggest Little City on August 6.
Virtual reality has the potential to become a mainstream technology, but it’s not a level playing field for men and women. An interdisciplinary research team at the University of Nevada, Reno aims to make VR more accessible to women. VR sickness, which can include symptoms like nausea, drowsiness and disorientation, is still considered a major barrier to the mass market success of virtual reality.
Nanotechnology could soon help clean up almost all of the dirty water in Northern Nevada, making it safe to drink, Lance Gilman, the partner broker of the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Complex, said this week on “Nevada Newsmakers.”
Walk around Reno and you can feel a charge in the air. The energy is palpable. Whether strolling by the funky boutiques of midtown or taking in a quick pint in the brewery district, you can’t help but see that buildings are rising from the ground all around the region.
Chess isn’t an easy game, by human standards. But for an artificial intelligence powered by a formidable, almost alien mindset, the trivial diversion can be mastered in a few spare hours. In a new paper, Google researchers detail how their latest AI evolution, AlphaZero, developed “superhuman performance” in chess, taking just four hours to learn the rules before obliterating the world champion chess program, Stockfish.
We live in a digital world and who we are online is (almost) everything. Sure, we can argue that face-to-face relationship building and in-person contact is the most memorable, effective and lasting, but there are billions of us online and that’s where we spend most of our time learning and connecting. If we don’t take control of how we’re perceived through our personal brand and how we digitally represent ourselves, then we’re leaving it up to the world wide web, or the last time your wildest Facebook friend tagged you in a public post.