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I want that to be a generated sentence so much.
This is unsurprisingly accurate.
The first half of the day before I get a follow back on my way home from work to be the first half of the year of high quality of life and the first half of the year of high quality of life and the first half of the day before I get a follow back on my way home from work to be the first half
Or in German (seeded with "I"):
Ich bin nicht so viel zu viel für mich nicht so viel zu viel für mich nicht so gut und dir auch ein paar Minuten vor Schluss machen wir uns in den nächsten Wochen in den nächsten Jahren nicht so viel wie geht das auch noch nicht einmal mehr die Kraft des faktischen der Stadt zu gehen oder nicht mehr zu sagen das es dir gut gehen lassen und dann auch die Möglichkeit zu Hause zu sein scheint es nicht so gut und dir auch ein paar Minuten
I am not sure if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns ...
The information in this incoming message is not intended or the taking a look forward to meeting you in the next few weeks ago but I think I will be a good idea to have a few days and I have a good time and consideration of my friends and I will send you the best time to meet with the site and I I am not a problem for me and I.
The second one is when I alternate between options sequentially.
Google still has a bit of work to do I think.
Have we both opted out of using our personal data to train our keyboard leaving only the global defaults or some such thing? I am sure that I don't type "please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns" particularly often.
Maybe TensorFlow could be used here in future.
there isn't swiftkey but on Windows Phone but there is some native predictive typing which is pretty good - i try to remember to use it because it's actually useful at times but more often than not i revert to simply typing out all the words out of habit instead.
Not nearly as interesting as some of the others here!
The fact I can see it as well be the first half of the year and I don't think that I have a great way for a few years back on my way home from work to be the first half of the year and I don't think that I have a great way for a few years back on my way home from work to be the first half of the day after a while ago but the first half of the day after a long day at the same thing to say I have a good idea but it was the best of the year of high quality of life and the first half of the day I have a good idea but it was the best of the year.
I just got me an email to a friend of mine and I will be a good address is being used to be a new pilgrimage site in the office at around 10 the same time not managing to deliver the best way to get the maximum out of it and to avoid too much hassle in organization and I will be a good address is being used to...
I can't help thinking about the privacy angle - Microsoft gets to capture everything you type into your Android keyboard.
And yes I wear my tinfoil hat often.
Or have you used some packet sniffer, like Wireshark and analyzed the network traffic extensively?
Unless you do those things, you're still at their mercy. Not that it matters too much, since Google already has access to anything you do on your Android phone, and I don't think Microsoft is "worse" than them...
Of course on Android, Google refuse to do anything about privacy controls.
But their efforts in that direction are very significant. And we know that AI tech requires massive data collection. And microsoft seems determined as ever to improve Bing(and Bing ads). And Bing Ads(which is also responsible for Yahoo's search ads) , according to some reports , may have 20% of the U.S. search ads market.
And leaving money aside, Bing and Bing ads may be of strategic importance to Microsoft. So if microsoft would have chance to sell our data to advertisers , it will do so , i have no doubt.
Also they could have easily marketed Bing as a search engine with higher privacy level, or at least higher privacy level for sensitive stuff like medical etc. But they didn't.
Microsoft more or less gave up on the ad businesses in 2012 when it wrote off $6.2bn over its purchase of aQuantive.
Microsoft really isn't in the ad business in any significant way nowadays....
Plus there's NSA and shady government practices in US (even though UK is probably sharing whatever they can with the NSA).
"Nonetheless, one person close to the company said the sale price was lower than investors might have hoped for a couple of years ago, when Swiftkey was among the most popular smartphone apps in the world."
It is an unfortunately timed exit.
If they had sold even a year ago, they could have done much better.
There's no guarantee that Microsoft won't rename an app, or incorporate the technology into an existing app, but it has no reason to pay $250m for something just to shut it down...
Fuck, now all the data will be mined by Microsoft. Another great product FUBARed, just like Sunrise.
I'll note that in the search / address bar of Firefox, if I type "ne" the three options it predicts are "ne", "news.ycombinator.com", and "news.google.com", where the same entry in a text field gives more expected values.
The predictions/autocompletes just seem completely batshit crazy compared to when I first started using it.
Although if Microsoft are the new owners of the software then I'm definitely going to drop it anyway.
I really like their Android launcher - Arrow: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.... and so I'm confident that they can make a good go at it.
1) Autodownloading it to people's machines ignoring any user choice not to do so.
2) Auto-starting the the install/upgrade process without any input from the user.
3) Making user-hidden Windows 10 (and Windows 7/8 telemetry) updates available again, over and over.
4) Resetting privacy settings after Windows 10 updates
5) Refusing to clarify what is actually in Windows 10 updates,
6) And just flat out refusing to allow their users to turn off the telemetry and advertising in Windows Store apps altogether.
Every once in a while Microsoft seems to start behaving themselves and improving on their old, shitty image. Then stuff like this happens, where 'honest mistakes' that just happen to be very much in their interests occur over and over again in a short space of time over the course of the initial adoption of their new software.
I get that they stand to make a lot of money having as many people as possible on their new platform but when it comes at the cost of ignoring user choice, siphoning off their data and just not telling them what updates are doing to their systems then it's time to call bullshit.
They're completely full of it and they haven't changed at all.
I'm 100% convinced SwiftKey will become the next tool in their new user data-based business model, so I won't use it anymore. Just like I stopped using WhatsApp when Facebook acquired it.
- Individualized predictions (it clearly picks up things I often write, including slang and abbreviations)
- Multi-words predictions ("What time" completed by "is it" instead of "is", "it")
- Context dependent predictions: predicts email addresses when I'm in the "To" field of an email, predicts an URL when I'm in the browser's omnibox, etc.
- Multi language support (I can mix English and French in my texts... Happens all the time)
That's a killer feature for me. Changing keyboard languages every time gets old fast.
Actually, that’s not a feature of the IME/Keyboard.
The dev of the app has to set textUri, or textEmail, or textShortMessage on each field.
Here’s a list of all contexts possible: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/TextVi...
I just thought that other keyboards had sufficiently caught up since I stopped using it, and SwiftKey didn't improve. What did I miss?
Is it possible that you skipped that step?
No other keyboard did that.
But in Chrome (for example), the address bar is not only for URLs, so your mileage may vary.
I'm also heavily dyslexic, so I might be an outliar.
So now I use the default keyboard.
That video was not the explanation I was hoping for, but a voiceover ad...
I know there's a high concentration of awesome engineering talent there. So I wonder whether this acquisition is primarily for the talent or for the potential monetisation opportunities?
Integrating Cortana into the keyboard could be interesting though, would like to give it a spin if more convenient than it is today in comparison to Siri.
You never know what these giant companies will do. But whatever, it was just a suggestion. I don't care if you install the new Microsoft Swiftkey updates.
I am now searching for a new keyboard...