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Last seen on: –The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,375 – May 28 2020
–NY Times Crossword 25 May 20, Monday
–Newsday.com Crossword – Mar 3 2020
–LA Times Crossword 27 Dec 19, Friday
LA Times Crossword 18 Oct 19, Friday
Random information on the term “Assistant”:
Assistant is an intelligent personal assistant application for mobile devices developed by Speaktoit. Originally launched in October 2011 for the Android platform (although available in beta in March 2011), Assistant had since come to iOS and Windows Phones. Assistant used natural language processing and speech recognition to interact with its users and was able to have clarifying conversations. Unlike Apple’s Siri, Assistant came in the form of a customizable, cartoonish avatar.
The New York Times recognized Assistant as one of the top 10 Android Apps of 2011.
Assistant had over 13+ million users in 11 different languages as of October 2014. It was the No. 6 top grossing app in the Lifestyle category on Google Play in the US.
Assistant was discontinued on December 15, 2016. All web links to the app now redirect to api.ai’s website.
Random information on the term “AIDE”:
Aide Iskandar bin Sahak (born 28 May 1975) is a former professional footballer and current head coach of developmental side Courts Young Lions in the S.League and the Singapore U-23 team. He was a member of the Singapore national team which won the ASEAN Football Championship in 1998, 2004 and 2007, captaining the team in the latter two editions.
He spent 10 years with Home United in the S-league before opting to join Johor FA in the Malaysian League in November 2005. He then went on loan at Tampines Rovers for the 2006 season in Singapore. He moved to Geylang United in 2007.
He made it to the latest FIFA Century Club list on 17 May 2007.
On 26 August 2007, Aide insulted referee Sukhbir Singh, reportedly asking, “How much did you bet on the game?” after his team, Geylang United controversially lost to Home United in a league game by conceding two goals in the final five minutes. A ban of five games and a S$2500 fine was imposed on Aide on 4 September. Upon appeal, the FAS reduced his ban to two matches and increased his fine to S$4,000 in November.