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Microsoft Edge is getting Google Chrome like real-time live translation: All details – Times of India

Microsoft Build 2024 is underway and the company has announced various AI-powered features, including a real-time translation and dubbing feature on the Edge browser. At its annual developer conference, the company said that the real-time video translation uses AI to translate videos into available preferred languages in real-time through audio dubbing and/or subtitles. “With just a few clicks, you’ll be able to open the door to watching many more video across a variety of languages,” said Microsoft. The feature will be available soon.How to access real-time video translationUsers of Microsoft Edge can get real-time translation of videos they are watching with subtitles in their preferred language by selecting the translate icon which appears when users hover over a video. The real-time...
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Elon Musk Said He’d ‘Definitely’ Turn This Windows PC Feature Off. Here’s What Got Him Worried

Microsoft has got Elon Musk worried. The Redmond giant on Monday introduced an upgraded version of its AI assistant, Copilot. This enhancement aims to offer users a more intuitive and predictive experience by enabling the AI to recall user activities and anticipate future actions. A standout feature of the upgrade is Windows Recall, which equips Copilot with near-photographic memory capabilities, meticulously tracking user activities on their PCs. This innovation does mark a substantial leap in AI functionality, positioning Microsoft ahead in the competitive landscape of artificial intelligence. However, despite the technological strides, the announcement has not been without controversy. Elon Musk, a prominent critic of many AI advancements, particularl...
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Melinda Gates to leave Gates Foundation, keeps $12.5 billion for her work – Times of India

LOS ANGELES: Philanthropist Melinda French Gates announced Monday she was leaving the nonprofit foundation she established with her ex-husband Bill Gates -- an organization that has become one of the most influential in the world.The announcement from the 59-year-old French Gates comes three years after her divorce from the 68-year-old Microsoft co-founder.Under the agreement between the former power couple, French Gates -- whose resignation will take effect on June 7 -- will receive $12.5 billion for use on her philanthropic efforts "on behalf of women and families.""After careful thought and reflection, I have decided to resign from my role as co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation," French Gates wrote in a statement posted on social media."This is a critical moment for w...