Convincing AI-fueled fakes could lead us to “the end of truth.”
Facebook’s DensePose technology lets anyone turn 2D images of people into 3D models
Amateur and professional musicians alike may spend hours pouring over YouTube clips to figure out exactly how to play certain parts of their favorite songs. But what if there were a way to play a video and isolate the only instrument you wanted to hear?
That’s the outcome of a new AI project out of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL): a deep-learning system that can look at a video of a musical performance, and isolate the sounds of specific instruments and make them louder or softer.
Surgical robots such as Versius cut training time down from 80 sessions to 30 minutes
Like dazzle paint on World War I warships, the makeup worn by members and fans of Insane Clown Posse confuses identification systems.
Two new books offer a glimpse of how advances in technology will change how small wars are fought.
Air Combat Command chief invites tech firms to help build next-gen tools for the Pentagon. Also says dissent “is part of being an American.”
IBM thinks making a diverse dataset available will help root out bias.
In her National Geographic series, “America Inside Out,” Katie Couric learned about the world’s first sex robot, Harmony.
Definitely a National Geographic subject. Men have been known to spend much more on high maintenance sex objects with much less intelligence. Is there going to be an new Uber-Pimping escort service in the future? What laws do we need to pass on sex robot “rentals”? Are there public health and welfare issues? Seriously watch the whole thing.