- 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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- Matthew Hughes is a reporter from Liverpool.
- It has announced that its computer vision API will soon be free for educational institutions.
- In addition to free access, these academic accounts also give access to new, unreleased features of the CloudSight service.
- It’s able to tag, recognize, and describe objects in an impressive amount of detail.
- Matthew Hughes is a journalist from Liverpool, England.
Cloudsight’s computer vision model can look at a photo and describe it in detail.
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- Google’s AI Learns How To Code Machine Learning Software
- The Google Brain artificial intelligence research group has created a new machine learning system that can design machine-learning software.
- In their experiment, the researchers challenged their software to create machine learning systems.
- Short Bytes: A team of researchers at Google Brain AI research group has created an AI system that has designed its own machine learning software.
- The software that came up with these designs used the power of 800 GPUs.
A team of researchers at Google Brain AI research group has created an AI system that has designed its own machine learning software. The software that came up with these designs used the power of 800 GPUs
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- AI Software Learns to Make AI Software
- In recent months several other groups have also reported progress on getting learning software to make learning software.
- Now leading researchers are finding that they can make software that can learn to do one of the trickiest parts of their own jobs-the task of designing machine-learning software.
- Google and others think software that learns to learn could take over some work done by AI experts.
- If self-starting AI techniques become practical, they could increase the pace at which machine-learning software is implemented across the economy.
Google and others think software that learns to learn could take over some work done by AI experts.
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- The researchers tested their system on new images and found that it could discern road features fairly accurately.
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- Some video games are now so visually realistic that they can let a computer vision learn about the real world (see ” Self-Driving Cars Can Learn a Lot by Playing Grand Theft Auto “).
- Researchers at Princeton University recently developed a computer vision and mapping system that gathered useful information about the physical properties of roads by studying Google Street View and comparing the scenes to the information provided in open-source mapping data.
- The researchers trained their system using 150,000 Street View panoramas.
Playing video games and surfing Google Street View can teach software a lot about driving.
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- A new artificial intelligence system can take still images and generate short videos that simulate what happens next similar to how humans can visually imagine how a scene will evolve, according to a new study.
- The system is also able to learn unsupervised, the researchers said.
- When the researchers asked workers on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk crowdsourcing platform to pick which videos were real, the users picked the machine-generated videos over genuine ones 20 percent of the time, the researchers said.
- “Compared to GANs, VPN are easier to train, but take much longer to generate a video,” he told Live Science.
- But the researchers said that the approach could eventually help robots and self-driving cars navigate dynamic environments and interact with humans, or let Facebook automatically tag videos with labels describing what is happening.
A new AI system generates short videos that are similar to how humans can visually imagine how a scene will evolve
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- Artificial Intelligence Just Broke Steve Jobs’ Wall of Secrecy
- Uber Buys a Mysterious Startup to Make Itself an AI Company
- Trump Can’t Deliver the Rust Belt Jobs He Promised Because Work Has Changed
- Apple is intent on embracing this data-hungry approach to AI.
- Sure, Apple won’t share all its work-no company does.
Secrecy doesn’t play in AI research. And as it happens, AI is more important to the future of tech giants like Apple than any other.
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