Steven Max Patterson

Steven Max Patterson lives in Boston and San Francisco where he follows and writes about trends in software development platforms, mobile, IoT, wearables and next generation television. His writing is influenced by his 20 years' experience covering or working in the primordial ooze of tech startups.

Star Wars Holochess can become a reality thanks to Vuforia and Tango

How Microsoft plans to address AI and machine learning challenges

How Microsoft plans to address AI and machine learning challenges

Peter Lee, Microsoft’s research vice president, answers hard questions about AI and machine learning.

4 ways Google Cloud will bring AI, machine learning to the enterprise

4 ways Google Cloud will bring AI, machine learning to the enterprise

Google's chief scientist of AI and machine learning, Fei-Fei Li, will apply her experience to democratize machine learning and bring the technology to the enterprise.

Google opens source TensorFlow 1.0 debuts – vies for platform status

Google opens source TensorFlow 1.0 debuts – vies for platform status

TensorFlow delivers machine learning along a continuum from research to operating at scale and opens machine learning to expert and application developers.

Augmented reality is more than just holograms

Augmented reality is more than just holograms

The AR in Action conference redefines augmented reality to include many diverse technologies.

NIPS conference: Google releases open-source, AI, 3D game-development project

NIPS conference: Google releases open-source, AI, 3D game-development project

Google's DeepMind Lab AI 3D game development project was released to accelerate deep reinforced learning R&D in the AI community

Pixel XL with Google Daydream provide premium mobile VR

Pixel XL with Google Daydream provide premium mobile VR

Powerful Pixel hardware and a novel headset and controller raise expectations for mobile VR with the release of Google Daydream.

Reality, Virtually sets record for largest AR/VR hackathon

Reality, Virtually sets record for largest AR/VR hackathon

More than 350 participants convened at the Reality, Virtually AR/VR hackathon sponsored by the MIT Media Lab, creating a record 75 open-source projects.

What #MadeByGoogle really means

What #MadeByGoogle really means

The #MadeByGoogle hashtag doesn’t mean Google is becoming a consumer electronics company despite its announcement of five new hardware products.

How Moto Mods went from concept to product
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How Moto Mods went from concept to product

Motorola’s lead mechanical architect, Paul Fordham, discusess how the Moto Mods design team conceived of and created the Moto Mods.

MIT Media Lab sponsors hackathon pushing limits of VR and AR

MIT Media Lab sponsors hackathon pushing limits of VR and AR

Participants in the Reality, Virtually, Hackathon sponsored by MIT Media Lab will create new applications for AR and VR technology.

How Facebook keeps you from hating its apps

How Facebook keeps you from hating its apps

Nothing provokes app uninstalls like sluggish performance and aggressive battery consumption. Facebook reveals how it uses mobile device testing to prevent those uninstalls.

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