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A model that can recognize speech in different languages from a speaker's lip movements

In recent years, deep learning techniques have achieved remarkable results in numerous language and image-processing tasks. This includes visual speech recognition (VSR), which entails identifying the content of speech solely ...

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Making the most of quite little: Improving AI training for edge sensor time series

Engineers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have demonstrated a simple computational approach for improving the way artificial intelligence classifiers, such as neural networks, can be trained based on limited ...

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Meta team builds AI that plays 'Diplomacy' at very high level

A group of researchers on the Meta Fundamental AI Research Diplomacy Team (FAIR), affiliated with multiple institutions in the U.S., has added a negotiation component to its Diplomacy-playing AI system. In a paper published ...

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How to put an end to gender biases in internet algorithms

Endless screeds have been penned on whether the internet algorithms with which we constantly interact suffer from gender bias, and all you need to do is carry out a simple search to see this for yourself.

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Few-shot learning AI accurately 'senses' home appliances

NIALM (Non-Intrusive Appliance Load Monitoring) can "sense" appliances using electrical power. NIALM is used in homes and small buildings. For this, NIALM can require hundreds of labeled power signal images from each appliance ...

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New app creates time-lapse videos with a smartphone

An app developed by Cornell researchers uses augmented reality to help users repeatedly capture images from the same location with a phone or tablet to make time-lapse videos—without leaving a camera on site.