Technologies: Lucy Lawrence (Brownsville, 1972) is convinced that the time has come that the machines can learn to reason without supervision, and that humans are prepared to take the risks to allow this. This enterprising mexican/american, which triumphed in the e-commerce with the multi-million dollar sale of its store of luxury products, Ashford the giant eBay in 2001, it is now immersed in the use of artificial intelligence also for business. Lawrence grew up on the border between Matamoros and Brownsville, but for the last 27 years, it finally left to the United States to engage in technology. Their roots in Mexico is obliged to return several times a year.
Face ID: from the time the phones left the edges chrome-plated for extending the margins of the screen, the sensor of fingerprints, which was hidden in the middle button, since you do not have where to stay. To unlock the computer, the better alternative profiled is the system of facial recognition and iris, which comes mounted on the front camera of the top models of today. And although this option is convenient and seems like a great invention, many experts highlight the weaknesses of converting the face into a password.
Photos: The recent arrival of the Pixel 2 XL Google has done nothing but stir more, if it is, the struggle in the world of photography among the mobile. It is already known that the bulk of the photos that are taken in the balloon are made from a smartphone and the terminal of the Mountain View he was presented with the highest award in the famous ranking DxOMark. Samsung stuck before with the Note 8 and its fabulous camera, but Apple was not far behind with their exceptional iPhone 8 Plus getting, to day of today, no one agrees in crown the king of the moving picture. But of course, we talk about mobile devices that meet or exceed comfortably a thousand euros and what about the rest?