A deep learning method to automatically enhance dog animations

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin and University of Bath have recently developed a model based on deep neural networks that could help to improve the quality of animations containing quadruped animals, such as dogs. The framework they created was presented at the MIG (Motion, Interaction & Games) 2021 conference, an event where researchers present some of the latest technologies for producing high-quality animations and videogames.

26 November 2021, techxplore.com

Olivia Bushe, FlowForma: Why your company needs business process automation

Could you tell us a little bit about FlowForma and what it offers?

Robot artist to perform AI generated poetry in response to Dante

Ai-Da used data bank of words and speech pattern analysis to produce and perform a work that is ‘reactive’ to the Divine Comedy

26 November 2021, theguardian.com

Robots Won’t Close the Warehouse Worker Gap Anytime Soon

Even Amazon’s new AI-powered machines aren’t nearly capable enough to handle the most important fulfillment tasks.

26 November 2021, wired.com

Our global agreement on AI could reduce bias and surveillance

Nearly 200 countries have signed up to UNESCO's agreement on the ethics of artificial intelligence. This could help make the technology fairer for all, says Gabriela Ramos

26 November 2021, newscientist.com

AI Reveals Previously Unknown Biology – We Might Not Know Half of What’s in Our Cells

Artificial intelligence-based technique reveals previously unknown cell components that may provide new clues to human development and disease. Most human diseases can be traced to malfunctioning parts of a cell — a tumor is able to grow because a ge

25 November 2021, scitechdaily.com

Design of AI may change with the open-source Apache TVM and a little help from startup OctoML

Optimizing the compute graph of neural nets for new hardware may change even the training of neural nets, says startup OctoML.

25 November 2021, zdnet.com

AI has learned to read the time on an analogue clock

Artificial intelligence trained on computer-generated images of clocks taken from different angles has succeeded in learning to read the time

25 November 2021, newscientist.com

Space Pagans and Smartphone Witches: Where Tech Meets Mysticism

The internet allows us to discover, select and combine the spiritual traditions that suit us best. In a new exhibition, artists are exploring the connections between ancient beliefs and futuristic systems.

24 November 2021, nytimes.com

SenseTime prepares to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Chinese AI giant SenseTime has received regulatory approval to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE).

The self-driving trolley problem: How will future AI systems make the most ethical choices for all of us?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already making decisions in the fields of business, health care and manufacturing. But AI algorithms generally still get help from people applying checks and making the final call.

24 November 2021, techxplore.com

Lack of process makes challenging decisions made by algorithm difficult

In 2020, as a result of COVID-19 restrictions on students sitting exams in person, the United Kingdom's school exam regulator, Ofqual, used an algorithm to determine their final year grades.

24 November 2021, techxplore.com

Need a mouth-watering Thanksgiving recipe? Ask AI

Gastronomy is as much art as science. So where does AI fit in?

24 November 2021, zdnet.com

Defining what's ethical in artificial intelligence needs input from Africans

Artificial intelligence (AI) was once the stuff of science fiction. But it's becoming widespread. It is used in mobile phone technology and motor vehicles. It powers tools for agriculture and healthcare.

24 November 2021, techxplore.com

The Algorithm That Could Take Us Inside Shakespeare’s Mind

Machine learning programs have recently made huge advances. Stephen Marche tested one against Shakespeare’s collected works, to see if it could help him figure out which of the several versions of Hamlet’s soliloquy was most likely what the playwright intended.

24 November 2021, nytimes.com

Can AI Truly Give Us a Glimpse of Lost Masterpieces?

Recent projects used machine learning to resurrect paintings by Klimt and Rembrandt. They raise questions about what computers can understand about art.

24 November 2021, wired.com

Revenue NSW using AI to claw back overpaid and fraudulent COVID-19 business grants

Revenue NSW has assured the AI system it has implemented for compliance efforts is not anything like the federal government's bungled robo-debt system.

24 November 2021, zdnet.com

NSW government clamps down on apartment building defects using blockchain and AI

The Office of the NSW Building Commissioner is developing a solution to help track a building's provenance.

24 November 2021, zdnet.com

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