Justin Hong

6 Added | 1 Magazine | 2 Likes | 5 Following | 5 Followers | @justinhong967 | Keep up with Justin Hong on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Justin Hong”

Watch Google’s latest deep-learning system recognize sports in YouTube clips

Researchers at Google, Facebook, and other companies are working hard to use artificial intelligence to understand what’s going on in videos — and in pictures, and in speech. Today Google showed off its latest breakthroughs in research, involving a trendy type of AI called deep learning.<p>This …

Weight Watchers acquires weight loss selfie startup Weilos

Weight Watchers has acquired Weilos, which offers users a picture taking app to document weight loss through selfies, according to <b>a report over at</b> …

Fitness

Quanttus: Why continuous blood pressure monitoring is a game-changer

Quanttus's original research device. The current prototype is worn on the wrist.<p>Quanttus, the stealthy Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup that</b> …

One more industry that wants your Fitbit data: Life insurance

A program is coming to the United States that will allow life insurance customers to get a discount on their payments in exchange for sharing health …

A Quick Look At Google Inbox

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Brian Clay is a Utah-based tech writer and car enthusiast. He’s been happily married for two years and originally comes from North Carolina.</i><p>A few weeks ago I managed to get my hands on Google’s new app, Inbox. So far I love it, but it’s not quite ready to be my go-to email app for a …

Microsoft Band review: A tale of pitfalls and promise

There are generally two schools of thought on how to build a wrist-borne wearable. Either make a fancy pedometer that's supposed to stay out of the way, or go the smartwatch route and cram in as many features as possible. Then there's this weird no-man's-land occupied by devices like the Samsung …