Instant Apps are a rare feat of Android brilliance and might just change it for good

With new video and text apps featuring the latest advancements in Google’s mastery of machine learning and, therefore, AI, it’s unsurprising to see most publishers focusing on these with their Google I/O 2016 coverage. Once moonshot projects, significant progress in these two fields has ensured that related pieces have an easy time capturing the minds and dreams of techies and even regular people. After all, Hollywood has been churning out Sci-Fi flick after Sci-Flick, painting a future of self-sustained, independent artificial intelligence that often has super powers derived from something awfully alike to machine learning, or the ability to make decisions and take action based on vast data sets, without being previously programmed to do so.  I blame nobody for this at least partially subconscious bias in coverage. It’s only…


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