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6 AIY Projects To Try Today

Over the past two years, makers have created innovative and surprising projects with their Google AIY kits. here are a few that you may want to try yourself! Translation Toy An animatronic toy is a great place to start hacking. In Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz’s case, he used a Star Wars Porg as the framework for an […]

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Doubling Down: Google’s AIY Endeavor Leads To A Brand New Board

Google AI is committed to bringing the benefits of AI to everyone, and one of the ways we do this is by building tools to ensure that everyone can access AI. In 2016 I started AIY (do-it-yourself AI) as a new initiative from Google to help students and makers learn about AI through affordable, hands-on […]

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Google’s new AIY Vision Kit Lets You Build And Hack Your Own Intelligent Pi-Powered Camera

Create low-power neural network applications, recognize objects, detect facial expressions, and more with the new AIY kit.

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10 Simple Projects That Harness the Power of Google Science Journal

Today, Maker Camp released 10 science projects that you can conduct with just an Android phone and Google’s Science Journal app.

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Amateur Scientists Will Love Science Journal, Google’s New App

So many of your phones sensors are hidden or hard to access, but Science Journal, the new Android App from Google, makes it easy to use them.

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LED Dress Wows Daily Show, Promotes Google Coding Initiative for Women

Google and Zac Posen designed a light-up LED dress to promote Made with Code, a new non-profit inspiring more young girls to learn computer science.

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