In a week marked byIt is logical that we do not talk about anything else, especially if the annual fair of Google comesas it has done this year, although certainly maintaining a common denominator.
If someone still had doubts, surely many of them will have dissipated, because it is already official that the future of information technologies goes through artificial intelligence , and the industry prepares for it with Google and its assistant as main actors.
Virtually all improvements,,,or own, now even more human to focus the interaction with our digital life, focus on the endless possibilities of AI and machine learning , and it seems that Google Chrome will not be oblivious to this new world of advanced functionalities.
In fact, as has been seen in the, it seems that very soon Google Chrome will use technologies related to artificial intelligence to reduce the enormous consumption of resources which now needs to work correctly.
The functionality in which Google’s software engineers work adds a module of machine learning Manager rate the tabs open according to the possibility that they are reactivated , next to another module called tab discarder who will be able to discard the tab information with lower score avoiding memory consumption.
Basically, what Google is looking for is to improve the tabbed manager with artificial intelligence, and it would allowing Chrome to automatically discard the tabs that do not interest the user as the memory consumption increases.
Obviously, the tab would continue to show since it was not the user who requested its closure, but if we navigate back to it the browser should reload it completely. Yes, the form data or displacement positions will be saved and restored just like when we navigate forward or backward in Google Chrome right now.
To perform these tasks our browser must learn from us and our tastes , so you will be able to predict what we usually see at each moment, in what sequence, and which pages would be most useful to us “Pausing” access to those that we use the least .
More wood without doubt for an omnipresent artificial intelligence, and that promises to improve the interaction with our devices up to a limit that is difficult to predict … Those who will predict will be the devices, which will know more about us than we do!