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    Tech We'd Like to See Improved!

    enJuly 05, 2024

    Podcast Summary

    • AI on social media platformsMetaAI offers assistance on various tasks on social media platforms, but encountering issues uploading a video on Twitter led the hosts to suggest using Mozilla as an alternative. They also discussed their experiences with wish lists and a fun discovery about Banana Bin app.

      Advanced AI technology, represented by MetaAI, is now accessible on various platforms like Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Messenger, offering assistance in various tasks from summarizing class notes to creating recipes. However, during the discussion, the hosts encountered an issue while trying to upload a video from a browser to Twitter. They suggested trying Mozilla as an alternative to their current browsers. The hosts also shared their experiences with the wish lists segment, discussing items they like but want improved. They also shared a fun discovery from The Verge about an app called Banana Bin, which helps users manage their Mac OS trash can by setting reminders when it reaches a certain size. The podcast also touched upon the controversy surrounding Instagram's new AI-tagging system, which has been causing confusion for users, especially those in the photography community, who have been incorrectly tagged as creating AI-generated content despite only making basic edits. The hosts expressed their opinions on the matter, suggesting clearer labeling for AI-assisted edits.

    • AI in image editingInstagram's attempt to tag AI-edited images with 'AI info' tag has been met with resistance from users, particularly photographers, who feel it incorrectly implies their work is entirely generated by AI. Adobe also under scrutiny for metadata handling. Debate highlights need for clearer guidelines and nuanced approaches to AI usage in image editing and social media.

      The use of AI in image editing on social media platforms like Instagram has become a contentious issue, leading to confusion and frustration among users, particularly photographers. The platform's recent decision to tag images edited with AI has been met with resistance, as some users feel it incorrectly implies their work is entirely generated by AI when it may only include minor edits. Instagram's attempt to address this issue by swapping out the "made with AI" tag for "AI info" has not been well-received either. The tag still raises questions about the distribution and potential restrictions of such images. Adobe, the popular image editing software, is also under scrutiny for its handling of metadata and the potential for AI elements to be mistakenly tagged. The issue is further complicated by the fact that AI-generated images are increasingly prevalent and often indistinguishable from real ones, leading to concerns about misinformation and authenticity. The debate highlights the need for clearer guidelines and more nuanced approaches to AI usage in image editing and social media.

    • Google AI capabilities expansionGoogle is expanding AI capabilities beyond voice assistants into image recognition, editing, analysis, and generation, potentially making our lives easier but raising concerns about privacy and unintended consequences.

      Google is expanding its AI capabilities beyond traditional voice assistants and integrating them into various features on your phone. This includes image recognition and editing, screenshot analysis, and even image generation. The new features, such as "Add me" and "Studio," could potentially make our lives easier, but there are concerns about privacy and the potential for unintended consequences. It's unclear how these features will be integrated with existing Google services, such as Google Assistant, and there may be some confusion for users as the company continues to roll out new AI capabilities. Overall, it seems that Google is committed to making AI an integral part of our daily lives, but there are challenges to ensuring that these technologies are used in a way that benefits users without compromising their privacy or creating unintended consequences.

    • AI DiscoverabilityGoogle aims to make AI features more discoverable by grouping them together in settings, but there's a risk that users may still overlook them, requiring effective introduction and showcasing to encourage engagement

      Tech companies like Google are making an effort to bring various AI features to the forefront for users, recognizing that many people may not be aware of or use these capabilities regularly. Google's new AI section in settings aims to address this issue by grouping AI features together, making them more discoverable. However, there's a risk that these features may still be overlooked by users, similar to how many unused apps exist on our devices. The challenge lies in effectively introducing and showcasing these features to users in a way that encourages engagement and utilization.

    • Product ImprovementsDiscussed improvements for AirPods Max, MX Master 3 mouse, Twitter, MX Master 3 left-handed version, Slack, Tesla, and YouTube. User-friendly and intuitive designs and features were emphasized.

      There were several product improvements suggested during a discussion, ranging from tech gadgets to software applications. Some of these improvements included USB-C compatibility for AirPods Max, notched side scrolling for MX Master 3 mouse, and real video tools and analytics for Twitter. Other suggestions included a left-handed version of the MX Master 3 mouse, a more reliable notification system for Slack, and CarPlay or Android Auto integration for Tesla and other car brands. The group also discussed the importance of pairing thumbnails with titles for YouTube and the need for a simpler solution for ABC testing. Overall, the conversation highlighted the desire for more user-friendly and intuitive designs and features in various products and applications.

    • Display technologyThe Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra's display is praised as the best, but disappointment ensues when the Google Pixel 9 reportedly uses the same display as the iPhone 16 Pro. The speaker also reflects on potential similarities between the printer industry and tech gadgets.

      The speaker expresses his admiration for the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra's display, which he considers the best he's ever used. He also mentions his disappointment that the upcoming Google Pixel 9 is reportedly using the same display as the iPhone 16 Pro. Additionally, he shares an interesting anecdote about how a conspiracy theory about McDonald's McFlurry machines being intentionally broken to fund repairs led him to reflect on the potential similarities between the printer industry and tech gadgets. Overall, the conversation touches on various topics related to technology and consumer products, with a particular focus on displays and user experience.

    • Device Control MethodsOngoing debate on under-display fingerprint sensors vs. physical sensors for device control, with some preferring convenience and speed while others prefer efficiency and user-friendliness. Discussions also include the potential return of mini devices and the importance of efficient technology like USB-C.

      There are ongoing discussions about the use and preference of different methods for controlling and interacting with various devices, such as phones and computers, including using phone or watch as a cursor on TV, physical fingerprint readers on the back of phones, and efficient batteries and processors. Some people prefer the convenience and speed of under-display fingerprint sensors, while others prefer physical sensors on the back or side of the device. The debate continues on which method is more effective and user-friendly. Additionally, there's a call for more efficient technology, such as USB-C, and the potential return of mini devices, like the iPhone mini, with improved battery life and efficient silicon.

    • Desirable features in technology devicesPeople seek features like side-mounted fingerprint sensors, wireless charging, and modern music player specifications to enhance convenience and emotional connection with their devices.

      There are various features and improvements that people would like to see in their technology devices, ranging from unlocking phones with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, wirelessly charging Apple Watches with regular Qi chargers, to updating classic music players with modern specifications. Some of these suggestions aim to make everyday use more convenient, while others focus on enhancing the emotional connection with music or technology. Controversial features like side-mounted fingerprint sensors have their pros and cons, but for many, the benefits of quick access and identification outweigh the potential drawbacks. Additionally, the desire for wireless charging and offline music options reflects a growing trend towards seamless, convenient experiences and increased emotional value in consumer products.

    • Device Convergence, VR Headset DesignFuture tech may involve transforming dedicated devices into multifunctional ones, using advanced materials for enhanced comfort and features, and better integration between different ecosystems for greater convenience.

      The future of technology may involve combining various devices into one, or enhancing existing ones with advanced features and materials. For instance, a dedicated music streaming device could be transformed into a smartphone with AI DJ capabilities and a revolutionary mobile phone design. Another example is a lighter and more comfortable Virtual Reality (VR) headset, achieved by using carbon fiber reinforced plastic instead of metal. Furthermore, there is a desire for better integration between different ecosystems, such as a universal Find My network that works with both iOS and Android devices. These advancements aim to provide users with more convenience, functionality, and comfort.

    • Natural Language Processing in Task AppsNLP technology enables task apps to create notifications based on natural language commands, improving user experience, but criticisms exist about limitations and frustrations of existing tech tools, and ongoing debates about the value and necessity of new innovations.

      Advancements in natural language processing technology are making it easier for users to interact with their digital tasks and tools in a more conversational and intuitive way. For example, some task apps can now understand and create notifications based on natural language commands, without requiring users to manually input times and dates. However, there are also criticisms about the limitations and frustrations of existing tech tools, such as poorly designed interfaces and lack of user control. Additionally, there are ongoing debates about the value and desirability of new tech products, with some arguing that not all innovations are useful or necessary. Overall, the conversation highlights the complex relationship between users and technology, and the ongoing evolution of digital tools to meet evolving user needs and preferences.

    • Cookie Clicker, Chromebook apps on iOSThe group discussed Cookie Clicker, a popular idle clicker game, and the possibility of running Chromebook apps on iOS through emulators, but no concrete solution was found.

      The discussion revolved around two different topics: a game called Cookie Clicker and the availability of Chromebook apps on iOS through emulators. In the first part, the group was playing a trivia game where they were asked about a game called Chromios, which was a made-up name. Some members thought it was a real app called Chromios, but it was actually a joke. The game Cookie Clicker was also mentioned, which is a popular idle clicker game where users earn cookies by clicking on a big cookie on the screen and can use those cookies to buy upgrades and assets. The game doesn't have an ending. In the second part, the group discussed the possibility of running Chromebook apps on iOS through emulators. They joked about the name Chromios and its similarity to Chrome OS. However, it was clarified that running a Chromebook on an iPhone is not possible yet. The group also made some jokes about the name and the potential damage to the iPhone speaker from an app called Blower. The discussion ended with a trivia question about computer storage and the base system computers use. Marquez was the only one to answer correctly that computers measure storage in base two systems, not terabytes, but TB bytes. The group was tied in the score with 13 points each. The trivia extravaganza will be worth a single point at the end. The episode ended with a reminder to follow the show on social media for suggestions and to check out MetaAI for answers to any questions.

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