This AI Can Tell if You Have Covid-19 Just by Listening to Your Cough
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by Alyse Stanley
3y ago
It feels like whenever I cough these days it triggers a mini-panic attack that I promptly try to quash with a steady stream of chamomile tea. Thankfully, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have figured out a way to gauge whether a person has covid-19 just from the sound of their cough, so I may… Read more ..read more
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Nvidia Wants to Eliminate Compression During Video Calls by Using Neural Networks to Perfectly Render Your Face
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
There are a thousand reasons to hate hopping on a video call every 10 minutes to chat with your co-workers, among them the ugly video compression artifacts that can occasionally make your face completely unrecognizable. Nvidia has a potential solution to the problem, but instead of fixing compression algorithms, it… Read more ..read more
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Lunar Rover Footage Upscaled With AI Is as Close as You'll Get to the Experience of Driving on the Moon
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
The last time astronauts walked on the moon was in December of 1972, decades before high-definition video cameras were available. They relied on low-res grainy analog film to record their adventures, which makes it hard for viewers to feel connected to what’s going on. But using modern AI techniques to upscale classic… Read more ..read more
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Google's Art App Now Turns Your Selfies Into Famous Masterpieces
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
In what promises to be an excellent way to kill a solid 10 minutes, the Google Arts & Culture app has been updated with a new Art Transfer feature that will apply the look of countless famous paintings and artists to your own photos using machine learning techniques. Read more ..read more
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Terrifying Things Happen When an AI Generates Fake Faces Synced to Music
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
We’re still trying to figure out the best applications for neural networks, machine learning, and all the recent advancements in artificial intelligence. Amongst all the practical research being conducted, there’s also lots of frivolous experimentation being done with results that walk the line between fascinating and… Read more ..read more
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AI Trained on Moon Craters Is Helping Find Unexploded Bombs From the Vietnam War
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
There’s still no completely safe and surefire method for locating unexploded ordinance after a war is over, but researchers at Ohio State University have found a way to harness image processing algorithms, powered by machine learning, to study satellite imagery and locate hot spots where UXO are likely to be located. Read more ..read more
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11 of the Coolest Builds By Bored People With a Lot of Lego Bricks
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
There are a lot of reasons why Lego remains one of the world’s most popular toys, over 3,700, in fact: the number of unique Lego pieces that have been created over the decades. It allows everything from Batmobiles, to excavators, to Kessel running space ships to be built from plastic bricks, but Lego can be used to… Read more ..read more
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This VFX Team Made a Tupac Deepfake to Rap with Snoop Dogg
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by Alyse Stanley
4y ago
I’m going to go ahead and file that under “headlines I never imagined I’d be writing in 2020.” Read more ..read more
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This Office Space Meets The Matrix Deepfake Deserves a Theatrical Release
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
The deepfake hits just keep on coming. Following an excellent reimagining of Back to the Future where Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox are replaced with Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland, another talented deepfaker has put Keanu Reeves and Hugo Weaving into Office Space, creating the fourth Matrix film we really… Read more ..read more
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Neural Networks Upscale Film from 1896 to 4K, Make It Look Like It Was Shot on a Modern Smartphone
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by Andrew Liszewski
4y ago
There are lots of valid reasons to be worried about how deep learning techniques could potentially be used to manipulate footage for nefarious reasons. But as Denis Shiryaev demonstrates by upscaling some old black and white film footage from 1896, those AI-powered tools can also be a powerful way to bring the past… Read more ..read more
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