- IBM and French video game developer Ubisoft have partnered to include Watson’s interactive speech and cognitive capabilities in a VR game for the first time when Star Trek: Bridge Crew launches on May 30 on the Oculus Rift with Touch, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR (PSVR).
- With IBM Watson, Star Trek: Bridge Crew will provide players the opportunity to use their voice and natural-language commands to interact with their virtual Starfleet crew members.
- IBM’s new “VR Speech Sandbox,” the software used to build the Star Trek: Bridge Crew feature, is now available for all developers to adapt for their own VR applications and services.
- In-game speech experiences, built with IBM Watson for Star Trek: Bridge Crew will be available this summer in beta testing for cross-platform play.
- The Watson and Star Trek: Bridge Crew experience will allow players to give direct, interactive speech commands to virtual Starfleet shipmates.
IBM Watson’s artificial intelligence platform will enable voice commands in Ubisoft’s Star Trek: Bridge Crew virtual reality game.
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- Microsoft Research, in conjunction with Cambridge University, has developed an AI that’s able to solve programming problems by reusing lines of code cribbed from other programs.
- The dream of one day creating an artificial intelligence with the ability to write computer programs has long been a goal of computer scientists.
- It’s able to scour and combine code with the speed of a computer, and is able to use machine learning in order to sort the fragments by their probable usefulness.
- At the moment, DeepCoder is able to solve problems that take around five lines of code.
- And at least DeepCoder won’t ask you to ‘plz send teh codes.
At least it won’t ask you to ‘plz send teh codez’.
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- ABBA fans: dust off your platforms and prepare to step into a time machine.
- In June, all four members sung on stage for the first time in 30 years during a special 50th anniversary party in Stockholm.
- There are few details about the performance, but the new show aims to blend virtual reality and artificial intelligence in an entirely new way to enable ABBA fans of all ages to interact with the band’s unique disco sound.
- “We are exploring a new technological world, with virtual reality and artificial intelligence at the forefront, that will allow us to create new forms of entertainment and content we couldn’t have previously imagined.”
The Swedish super-group is returning for an “entertainment experience” that will blend cutting-edge virtual reality and artificial intelligence
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- The fashion retail sector to be more precise, as there is a clear distinction between fashion tech and retail tech.
- Fashion Trends – How Technology Changes Everything
- The retail tech focuses on how fashion brands can employ innovative technology to augment their retail, such as artificial intelligence and augmented/virtual reality.
- Fashion World With Intel – From Wearables To Fashion Technology And Artificial Intelligence.
- Fashion World With Intel – Get Ready For What’s Coming
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Over the past decade, technology has made it easier for fashion companies to expanded their reach, creating the new retail tech.
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