3 Ways to Make Your Life Better with MYLE and Evernote

3 Ways to Make Your Life Better with MYLE and Evernote

Evernote is an app for your smartphone, tablet or computer. It’s been created to boost your productivity, ameliorate your life, and make it easier to keep organized your notes, ideas, thoughts and to-dos.

However, how can you make the most effective productivity system out there more productive? Well, why not to think about MYLE wearable personal assistant?

MYLE is not a substitute to Evernote or any other apps. Rather, through instantly capturing your voice notes in the simplest and most natural way – by voice – MYLE simplifies and streamlines saving of your thoughts and notes into your existing systems that you use and already accustomed to. Like Evernote. Moreover, you don’t need to have your mobile devices in hand all the time.

Here are the three ways you can master your life with Evernote and MYLE.

Record Notes.

You love the smell of real books and regularly taking down your favourite quotes and unfamiliar words into your Evernote account. You have specified a folder for quotes, thoughts, or ideas from the books, and appropriate tags for non-fiction, fiction, classics, sci-fi books, or other genres.

However, how distractive is this process becoming when you should continuously reaching for the phone, unlocking it, logging into your Evernote account, typing quotes and tags to send them to the folders.

Apparently, when you read a lovely novel or scientific research, this distraction takes away your attention and sense of the story or information, so instead of reading the book you’re spending half of the time on transferring the highlights into your account.

MYLE cuts this distractive process to five seconds. You only need to say your quote and this intelligent device will do the rest for you. It will convert your words into text and audio notes (if you prefer audio notes over text), understand whether a word is a tag or not, categorize them by groups, and then send to the proper folder.

There is no more need to type everything manually. This feature is especially handy for those who love taking hundreds of notes either to share them on their favourite social media accounts, or to use it while doing research for a university project.

Remind yourself of your forgetfulness.

Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher, once said,

“The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time,” Friedrich Nietzsche.

There’s no doubt it’s a great feeling to enjoy the same moment several times in a row.

However, forgetfulness can also lead to bad outcomes too. For instance, you can forget about important project deadlines, the massive to-do list that is due by the end of the week, client meetings and other important things you’re trying to keep in mind.

Unfortunately, humans tend to forget more than half of the information they receive due to lack of attention, poor memory, or external distractions. Therefore, Evernote may become an excellent solution for someone who’s looking to keep their lives more organized.

Whilst, using MYLE with your Evernote account you can quickly set reminders for the weeks ahead. It will automatically send reminders to your account, set a type of the reminder whether it’s email, in-app notification or a badge on the app title.

Meal Planning.

Another excellent way to master your life with Evernote and MYLE is to have a meal planning. For those of you who’re not familiar with this cash-time-saving tip, meal planning is whatever way you’re going to cook a particular meal on a specific day of a week or even a month.

This helps you organize a list of necessary ingredients and recipes, a budget for the coming week and a shopping list to spend time more efficiently in the grocery store.

It’s especially handy when you’re out doing the grocery shopping. You don’t feel anxious and panicky in the store because your shopping list is ready and you already know how much you’re going to spend, and more importantly why you need those products.

So, Evernote can be an excellent storage for all your meal ideas, shopping lists, and recipes. MYLE in integration with Evernote, can automatically save your recipes in your account, tag the notes with, let’s say “#mygrocerylist,” add meals to the calendar and sort everything for quick access. The only thing you need to do with MYLE is to tap and say what’s your meal on that particular day.

MYLE has one more distinctive feature. MYLE learns your behaviour to improve its suggestions to you.

For example, through analyzing your previous purchase history, such as your most visited grocery stores, the amount of money you regularly spend, your previous and current shopping lists, your weekly grocery budget and other relevant metrics, MYLE can suggest you products and special deals to stick to your weekly budget.

This makes your life more productive and efficient.

Why MYLE Personal Assistant (PA) is Perfect for You

Why MYLE Personal Assistant (PA) is Perfect for You

First off, try to imagine an invisible personal assistant, ever so helpful Ms. or Mr. Jones hovering above your shoulder, always ready to record your notes, orders or thoughts. You would only be required to do nothing for that, except talking. And that’s how your MYLE user interface pretty much operates.

And MYLE will do what your reliable personal assistant would.

Like helping you manage your time by adding entries to your calendar and later sending timely alerts and reminders to your phone or computer.
Tap once on the MYLE device and say “Reminder, finish and send presentation to Nicole by 4pm next Tuesday”. MYLE will catch the deadline and will remind you as the specified date gets nearer.

Another interesting feature that MYLE can help you master is to keep track of the time you spend on your activities, be it a job or your life. By showing you how effectively you spend your day MYLE will free you more spare time. It will also analyze your activities – using some very complex cloud-based mathematical algorithms of its analytical engine – to provide tips on how to make your day more productive and less stressful.

Unlike a human assistant, MYLE is ready to serve you 24/7. Its size and understated design will make it look appropriate on all sorts of garments, and it’s always within an instant reach. To activate it one only needs to tap it with a finger and say the note or a command.

Unlike other solutions on the market, where users always share their personal data with the provider, MYLE takes totally different approach to handling your personal information. Here users are sole owners of all their data.

With all that MYLE enables you to organize your daily routines in the most efficient and least stressful manner. Leave those tedious distractions behind and focus on something that’s truly valuable.

Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) Are Making Our Lives Simpler

Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) Are Making Our Lives Simpler

Back in the 1990s the IT world came with an idea of the personal digital assistants (PDAs). At that time this concept start quickly becoming popular because most of the PDAs combined many features of cell phones, and they were also called “the first smartphones,” yet PDAs were handy at managing personal and business lives.

IBM was the first company to introduce the world’s first PDA with full cell phone functionality. They called their innovation the IBM Simon, which is also considered the first smartphone. Simon featured many applications such as calendar, appointment scheduler, world time clock, notepad and other apps that aimed to keep users’ lives organized.

Then in 1996, the mobile giant Nokia, produced the world’s best-selling PDA, the 9000 Communicator, with full cell phone functionality. Later the same year, Palm Computing presented the first generation of their PDAs, which were a great solution for someone who wanted to keep organized their busy lives.

Fifteen years later, Apple launched the Siri personal assistant, which made impossible things real. It allowed people speak their search queries into a phone, and Siri would understand and perform their queries for them. IPhone users started to feel some sort of emotional attachment to their devices.

After this enormous success, Apple’s main rival – Google – launched the Google Now feature in 2012, and then Microsoft developed Cortana personal assistant. In 2015, Facebook launched M assistant. So in spring 2016, MYLE will reveal its first intelligent personal assistant, which has an ability to outpace any other solutions on the market.

Many companies are interested in the PDAs market, and as according to recent research, nearly 39% of smartphone owners use some sort of PDAs such as Google Now or Siri. This trend will be rising over the next five years.

Most of the PDAs are in favour for many entrepreneurs because they can practically organize their day: suggesting routes for travel, advising on current weather conditions, finding the best restaurants based on the previous history, conducting faster web searches and setting up meetings. They also help by suggesting places for business meetings, remembering things like important thoughts and crucial business ideas.

Majority of the contemporary PDAs could be controlled by voice or through manual data input.

However, those features above are only one drop in the ocean compared to what they will do for its users in the next couple of years. Other key features of the PDAs are their integration into different systems and apps, such as Slack, Wunderlist, Evernote or Salesforce.

For instance, in order to save notes, ideas, to-dos and other tasks to Evernote, a MYLE user should only say those commands to the device. It will automatically recognize and understand the words, convert speech-to-text and categorize all users’ commands into assigned applications.

However, MYLE device is not limited to these functions. Moreover, its smart AI algorithm will enhance itself to better understand users’ behaviour using the latest breakthroughs in machine learning.
MYLE sets a purpose for its PDA, namely, to take over routines of many entrepreneurs to free their tight schedule for leisure time, family and other activities.

PDAs are powered by artificial intelligence and they have already become an essential feature for many businesses and consumers.

MIT Team Builds An Energy-Friendly Chip to Perform Powerful AI Tasks

MIT Team Builds An Energy-Friendly Chip to Perform Powerful AI Tasks

The team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has built an energy-friendly chip that performs powerful artificial intelligence (AI) tasks, which is specially designed to implement neural networks.

According to MIT researchers this chip is 10 times as efficient as a mobile GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), that is, it could enable mobile devices to run powerful AI algorithms locally, rather than uploading data to the Internet for processing.

Vivienne Sze, the Emanuel E. Landsman Career Development Assistant Professor in MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science whose group developed the new chip, says that currently most of the networks are pretty complicated due to their high-power GPUs.

Sze states the reason why it’s better for devices to operate locally rather than via the Internet: your cell phone still powerfully operates even if you don’t have a WI-Fi connection nearby required to process large amount of information. You have much better privacy of your information, and another reason is the avoidance of any transmission latency, so that you can react much faster to certain applications.

MIT researches have presented the new chip at the “International Solid State Circuits Conference” in San Francisco.

The new chip is called “Eyeriss,” and according to MIT – “its key to efficiency is to minimize the frequency with which cores need to exchange data with distant memory banks, an operation that consumes a good deal of time and energy.”

Moreover, many of the cores in a GPU share a single, large memory bank while each of the Eyeris’s cores has its own memory. Thus, the chip is capable of compressing data before sending it to individual cores.

The Eyeriss chip has 168 cores, which could communicate directly with each other, so that if they need to share data between each other, they don’t have to route it through main memory.

“This is essential in a convolutional neural network, in which so many nodes are processing the same data.”

Neural nets, also known under the name “deep learning,” were widely studied in the early days of AI, however, by the 1970s, the researchers had thrown this field out of favour.

Sze says the deep learning is useful for many applications, such as speech and object recognition, and face detection.

Dealing With Information Overload – the MYLE Way

Dealing With Information Overload – the MYLE Way

Busyness – crazy busyness – due to information overload is the definite challenge of the modern age.

But once you think about it, don’t you have that funny sense that we have a bit too much of this good thing?  Public polling results seem to support this suspicion.

An absolute majority of workers and everyday people of the developed world complain about Information overload, stating amount of data they have to deal with on a daily basis has gone so much up that it is becoming or has already become unbearable and plain stressful. Just to give you an example – 91% of US workers say they sometimes delete or discard work information without fully reading it. While 65.2% of their UK counterparts stated that their work was negatively affected by the amount of data they had to process.

The IT industry seems to recognize the challenge, flooding the market with all sorts of activity trackers, organizers, schedulers and other endless apps.  In doing so though, they create a problem of its own.

Now there are too many applications that you have to spend your time and attention, learning and working with them. Again, the proof is in the numbers: 72% of US workers admit that they would be more productive if they didn’t have to switch back and forth between apps to get their work done.

Science has its own proof too. A Temple University study found that as you give people more and more data, they reach “cognitive and information overload.” Activity falls off in the part of the brain responsible for decision making and control of emotions and the quality of their decisions suffer, with the number of errors going up drastically.

So MYLE to the rescue by addressing at the mighty 2/3 of the problem – data input and processing. Forget those tiny buttons on your smartphone. Or filling of endless forms and timesheets at work.

With MYLE everything can be done with the most natural way of data input – by using your voice and simply talking to your device. Thanks to its infinitely customizable, self-learning and very smart analytical platform that powers MYLE, all you have to do is tap the device and start speaking.

All the downstream work of processing the data and assigning it to appropriate destinations – be it fillable forms, schedulers, activity or expense trackers or pretty much any mobile application or a industrial software you can think of  – happens automatically.

Additionally, all your voice notes are saved in your MYLE account not just as text, but as an audio file too. And even if you have some peculiar pronunciation,  MYLE is capable of learning them and adjusting the input accordingly.

Once MYLE becomes an integral part of your daily life, you will suddenly discover that you are not drowning in the data anymore – and still have some extra spare time on your hands!

Reining in the Information Deluge

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