This app uses artificial intelligence to turn design mockups into source code

This app uses artificial intelligence to turn design mockups into source code

  • While traditionally it has been the task of front-end developers to transform the work of designers from raw graphical user interface mockups to actual source code, this trend might soon be a thing of the past – courtesy of artificial startup UIzard Technologies has leveraged the latest developments in the field of machine learning to…
  • What is particularly intriguing is that the so-called Pix2Code model has the capacity to produce code for three different platforms, including Android and iOS as well as other web-based technologies.
  • As UIzard founder Tony Beltramelli explains in his research, the novel approach could potentially “end the need for manually-programmed” user interfaces altogether.
  • At present, the method generates code from screenshots with an impressive accuracy of over 77 percent, but the consistency of the algorithm is likely to improve in the future.
  • Watch this brief video demonstration to see the AI-powered app in action: – – While UIzard has already shared some of the principles behind the technology powering its software, the company notes that the source code for the actual app will become available later this year.

Designers might no longer have to rely on front-end developers to turn their user interface mockups into source code – courtesy of artificial intelligence.
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The Artificial Intelligence Race: The AI Documentary

The Artificial Intelligence Race: The AI Documentary

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science and a set of computational technologies that are inspired by—but typically operate quite differently from—the ways people use their nervous systems and bodies to sense, learn, reason, and take action.
  • While the rate of progress in AI has been patchy and unpredictable, there have been significant advances since the field’s inception sixty years ago…

    Toby Walsh, Professor Artificial Intelligence, University of NSW Sydney “There’s lots of AI already in our lives.

  • You can already see it on your smartphone every time you use Siri, every time you ask a lexer a question, every time you actually use your satellite navigation.
  • You are using some AI that’s recognizing your speech, answering questions, giving you search results recommending books for you to buy on Amazon.
  • They’re the beginnings of AI everywhere in our lives.”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science and a set of computational technologies that are inspired by—but typically operate quite differently from—the ways people use their nervous systems and bodies to sense, learn, reason, and take action. While the rate of progress in AI has been patchy and unpredictable, there have been significant advances since the field’s inception sixty years ago…
Toby Walsh, Professor Artificial Intelligence, University of NSW Sydney “There’s lots of AI already in our lives. You can already see it on your smartphone every time you use Siri, every time you ask a lexer a question, every time you actually use your satellite navigation. You are using one of these algorithms. You are using some AI that’s recognizing your speech, answering questions, giving you search results recommending books for you to buy on Amazon. They’re the beginnings of AI everywhere in our lives.”
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This app uses artificial intelligence to turn design mockups into source code

This app uses artificial intelligence to turn design mockups into source code

  • While traditionally it has been the task of front-end developers to transform the work of designers from raw graphical user interface mockups to actual source code, this trend might soon be a thing of the past – courtesy of artificial startup UIzard Technologies has leveraged the latest developments in the field of machine learning to build a neural network that, once fed with raw screenshots of graphical user interface, proceeds to automatically generate code.
  • What is particularly intriguing is that the so-called Pix2Code model has the capacity to produce code for three different platforms, including Android and iOS as well as other web-based technologies.
  • As UIzard founder Tony Beltramelli explains in his research, the novel approach could potentially “end the need for manually-programmed” user interfaces altogether.
  • At present, the method generates code from screenshots with an impressive accuracy of over 77 percent, but the consistency of the algorithm is likely to improve in the future.
  • Watch this brief video demonstration to see the AI-powered app in action:

    While UIzard has already shared some of the principles behind the technology powering its software, the company notes that the source code for the actual app will become available later this year.

Designers might no longer have to rely on front-end developers to turn their user interface mockups into source code – courtesy of artificial intelligence.
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Researchers Build An AI That’s Better At Reading Lips Than Humans » TechWorm

Researchers Build An #AI That’s Better At Reading Lips Than Humans  #MachineLearning

  • Scientists at the Oxford University have claimed to develop a new computer software program that can lip-read better than humans, which might give the hearing impaired a helping hand.
  • The new artificial intelligence (AI) software system called “Watch, Attend and Spell (WAS)” has been developed by Oxford University in collaboration with Google’s DeepMind.
  • The AI system correctly lip-read 50 percent of silent speech, while professional lip-readers got only 12 percent right, researchers found.
  • Speaking on the tech’s core value, Jesal Vishnuram, Action on Hearing Loss Technology Research Manager, said: “Action on Hearing Loss welcomes the development of new technology that helps people who are deaf or have a hearing loss to have better access to television through superior real-time subtitling.
  • AI lip-reading technology would be able to enhance the accuracy and speed of speech-to-text especially in noisy environments and we encourage further research in this area and look forward to seeing new advances being made.”

Researchers develop an AI software system that lip-reads better Scientists at the Oxford University have claimed to develop a new computer software program
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Microsoft launches its latest artificial intelligence chatbot on Kik

Microsoft launches its latest artificial intelligence chatbot on Kik

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  • But after chatting with Zo for a while, the bot seemed to get easily confused and go off tangent.
  • The bot could even use puns, such as ‘I want a pizza that action’, when chatting about food.
  • The chatbot can answer questions and respond to prompts, while using teenage slang, and emoji.
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Microsoft launches its latest artificial intelligence chatbot on Kik
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Blizzard Opens Up Starcraft To Google’s DeepMind AI

Google’s artificial intelligence #DeepMind is learning to play Starcraft

  • A computer enemy is learning how to win virtual wars
  • The Starcraft games always shipped with programming that allowed human players to try their hand against automated rivals, but while that AI was toggled to a different difficulty setting, the game was generally the same each time.
  • No, today Blizzard, the makers of Starcraft and its successors, are opening up the game to an AI that learns .
  • Starcraft is a game that’s simple to pick up, but takes a tremendous amount of practice to master.
  • The first game and its expansion defined a generation of videogames-as-sports, and the latest incarnations are still played at the highest level.

AI is going to learn how to war in video games.
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