- I watched two robots go on stage at a tech event to “debate” the future of humanity with each other.
- The robots in question are Sophia and Han, and they belong to Hanson Robotics, a Hong Kong-based company that is developing and deploying artificial intelligence in humanoids.
- The event organizers claimed a world first for two robots talking on stage, and it isn’t difficult to imagine that it could become a more common sight in the this is just the start of Hanson Robotics’ ambitious plans.
- Company CEO and founder Dr David Hanson believes robots will become commonplace in homes and other aspects of our daily life within the next decade.
- “We’ve got these early uses but our aspiration is Data from Star Trek,” Hanson told TechCrunch on the sidelines of the event following the robot debate.
I got a glimpse into the future world of our robot overlords today. It was nervy at times. I watched two robots go on stage at a tech event to “debate” the..
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- Adobe’s Lightroom for Apple TV app, which is available now for free, will work on 4th generation Apple TV set-top boxes and requires a Creative Cloud subscription.
- Posted by Greg Scoblete on Wednesday July 13, 2016 | Photo Gear , Photo Manipulation
- The “best” criteria includes things like whether a subject in the image is smiling, has his/her eyes open or is sharp and in focus.
- With the update, users can transfer RAW image files from their cameras to an Apple device via Apple’s…
- The app will not only stabilize video, but automatically create time lapses with adjustable playback speeds.
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@RickKing16: “Microsoft Thinks Artificial Intelligence Is the Secret to Better Photos | PDNPulse #ai”
Camera makers have long boasted about how good their auto modes are at automatically judging a scene and delivering the best possible exposure, but Microsoft Research is taking the concept one step further with their new iPhone camera app Pix.
Microsoft Thinks Artificial Intelligence Is the Secret to Better Photos