Today’s 360 VR Buzz: As Chrome turns 10, Google bets on AI and AR

This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.

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Google Chrome was first released (as a beta) on September 2, 2008, meaning the browser turned 10 years old on Saturday. But with the timing of the long Labor Day weekend in the U.S. this year, Google waited a few days before talking about what’s new for Chrome and its over 1 billion users: artificial intelligence and augmented reality. You can also get secure chrome extensions which is a real development in cybersecurity. Also today, Google released Chrome 69 — yes, the browser has been through 69 versions now (a new one is released approximately every six weeks). Google has been weaving AI into all its products and services for quite a few years now, and Chrome is about to start getting the same treatment. In fact, AI has already made a mark in Chrome via Google Translate integration, which uses an AI-based translation engine, as well as being used to detect phishing sites, malware, and malicious extensions. But the team wants to go further: Chrome first launched on Windows (the stable version arrived in December 2008). It was later ported to macOS and Linux (the first stable version arrived in May 2010) and eventually arrived on Android and iOS (June 2012). The company has been talking about supporting AR and VR via these platforms for a while now, and in July it debuted a VR-ready Chrome. As for AR, Google expects the future to bring a “more immersive browsing experience” and wants to leverage the technology “to bring information that you interact with across the web and put directly into your physical environment.” Here is what the team envisions:

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