Google has announced that a mobile learning app called ‘Socratic’ that it acquired last year, now uses AI to help high school and university students when they’re doing schoolwork outside the classroom. “It guides them through the resources that are available, and identifies the core underlying concepts that will lead them to answers to their questions”, the company said on its official blog. According to Google, the app is the result of its efforts at building educational resources for students and addressing the challenges they face while studying by themselves. “We’ve heard that students often get ‘stuck’ while studying. When they have questions in the classroom, a teacher can quickly clarify—but it’s frustrating for students who spend hours trying to find answers while studying on their own”, the company said. To address the problem, Google says it worked with educators to create subject guides on over 1,000 higher education and high school topics, including, but not limited to,..
It is no wonder that Google is on a mission to embrace the dark mode as more and more Google apps are getting dark mode support in their latest updates. Chrome recently got the dark theme on all platforms and now, Google is bringing a feature that forces all the webpages out there to turn dark. Note: The feature is available on the stable version of Chrome in a more basic form under the name “Android web contents dark mode”. Enable Forced Dark Mode in Google Chrome 1. To get started, download the latest version of Google Chrome Canary. For the uninitiated, Google releases all its experimental features to the Canary version for testing the feasibility and efficiency of the feature. Be warned that the Chrome Canary version might be unstable at times and you may notice a few occasional hiccups. 2. Open Chrome Canary and type chrome://flags in the address bar. In this page, you will find all the available and unavailable Chrome flags ever made by Google. Search for “Force Dark Mode for ..