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Facebook uses AI to forecast COVID-19 spread across the US

By AI, artificial intelligence, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, facebook, gear, health, Internet, machine learning, medicine, neural network, News, pandemic, science

It’s crucial to predict the spread of COVID-19 during the pandemic when a poor estimate could lead to overcrowded hospitals or extra-strict lockdowns. Facebook is betting that AI could help. It just published a paper outlining an AI technique …

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Cyberpunk 2077’s dialogue was lip-synced by AI

By accessibility, AI, artificial intelligence, artificialintelligence, cyberpunk 2077, cyberpunk2077, engadget, gaming, jali research, jaliresearch, langauges, News, procedural generation, proceduralgeneration

Cyberpunk 2077 is just a few weeks away and the action-packed RPG will launch with support for dialogue in 10 languages and subtitle options for several others. CD Projekt Red is aiming to add a deeper layer of immersion for players by using a…

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Photoshop’s new AI features include neural filters and sky replacement

By adobe, adobe photoshop, adobephotoshop, AI, artificial intelligence, artificialintelligence, desktop, engadget, gear, iPad, neural filters, neuralfilters, News, photo editing, photoediting, photoshop

Adobe has released new versions of Photoshop for desktop and iPad with a bunch more AI-powered features. The Sky Replacement tool that Adobe added to the latest version of Photoshop Elements is now available in the full version of the software…

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AI localization tool claims to translate your words in your voice

By artificial intelligence, artificialintelligence, dubbing, engadget, gear, localization, localize, News, resemble ai, tomorrow, translation

Localization is a tricky issue for all content creators. It can take significant time and resources to make their work fully accessible to folks who speak different languages. One company thinks it has cracked part of that code with an artific…

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Google’s ‘Search On’ event will reveal new AI-powered features on Thursday

By AI, artificial intelligence, engadget, gear, google, google assistant, google i/o, Google: Maps, machine learning, News, search, search on 2020

If you’re not done with presentations after Apple’s iPhone 12 launch earlier, set some time aside on Thursday afternoon to find out what’s new in search. Google just sent out invites for a live stream event on October 15th at 12 PM PT / 3 PM E…

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Alibaba unveils New Manufacturing digital factory Xunxi

By artificial intelligence, chinainternetwatch, manufacturing, technology

Alibaba Group revealed its New Manufacturing model for the first time with the unveiling of Xunxi Digital Factory (“Xunxi”) on 16 September 2020. Powered by Alibaba’s cloud computing infrastructure and IoT, the Hangzhou-based factory offers SMEs a digitalized end-to-end manufacturing supply chain that allows for fully-customized, demand-driven production. This gives smaller businesses and manufacturers in […]

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AI + Retail market in China to reach US$390 million by 2020

By artificial intelligence, bricks and mortar, chinainternetwatch, ciw premium, E-Commerce & Online Shopping

In 2019, the scale of AI + retail market reached 650 million yuan (US$95 million) in China. With the continuous improvement of AI solution capability and increasing demand, it is estimated that the market will reach 2.67 billion yuan (US$390 million) by 2022, and CAGR will reach 44.6% in 2018-2022. The main reason for the […]

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White House budget proposal would hike AI and quantum funding by 30 percent

By AI, artificial intelligence, Budget, Computing, Donald Trump, engadget, gear, government, michael kratsios, News, politics, quantum computing, trump, White House

If the US is going to build a quantum internet and otherwise claim technical supremacy, it’s going to need appropriate funding — and that might be forthcoming. As the Wall Street Journal reports, The White House has proposed a 2021 non-defense…

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These AI-generated tennis matches are both eerie and impressive

By AI, artificial intelligence, engadget, entertainment, News, novak djokovic, rafael nadal, roger federer, serena williams, tennis, tomorrow, wimbledon

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, there was no Wimbledon Championship this year. But that didn’t stop a team of researchers from Stanford University simulating the annual tournament with the help of artificial intelligence. The team trained …

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What I learned about Shopee’s and Garena’s user engagement game

By artificial intelligence, customer engagement, Ecommerce, event, Events, gaming, Garena, livestreaming, machine learning, mobile livestreaming, recommendation engines, SEA, shopee, techinasia, TIA Partnership, user engagement

Through personalized recommendation engines and mobile game livestreaming, Shopee and Garena are creating helpful and relevant experiences for their customers.

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DeepMind and Oxford University researchers on how to ‘decolonize’ AI

By AI, artificial intelligence, black lives matter, colonialism, decolonial ai, engadget, feature, longread, machine learning, race, tomorrow

Sometimes it’s tempting to think of every technological advancement as the brave first step on new shores, a fresh chance to shape the future rationally. In reality, every new tool enters the same old world with its same unresolved issues.In a…

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AI helps drone swarms navigate through crowded, unfamiliar spaces

By AI, algorithm, artificial intelligence, autonomous, caltech, Drones, engadget, gear, machine learning, News, robot, robots, science, self-driving, self-driving car, video

Drone swarms frequently fly outside for a reason: it’s difficult for the robotic fliers to navigate in tight spaces without hitting each other. Caltech researchers may have a way for those drones to fly indoors, however. They’ve developed a ma…

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Baidu won the bid for the largest domestic intelligent transportation project

By advertising, artificial intelligence, Baidu, chinainternetwatch, iQiyi, Microsoft, Search Engines, self-driving car, technology

Apollo intelligent travel technology (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Baidu Apollo, won the bid of “new infrastructure project of intelligent transportation for automatic driving and vehicle road coordination” in Guangzhou Development Zone, Huangpu District, Guangzhou. The purchaser is Science City (Guangzhou) Investment Group Co., Ltd., with a project valued of nearly 460 million yuan, […]

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AI recreates the painting techniques of famous artists

By AI, art, artificial intelligence, convolutional neural network, csail, engadget, gear, machine learning, mit, mit csail, neural network, News, science, timecraft, tomorrow, video

You can’t go back in time to see how Monet or Van Gogh made their masterpieces, but AI might give you the next best thing. MIT CSAIL researchers have created a machine learning system, Timecraft, that can deduce how a painting was produced and…

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