Machine Learning & AI

Emotion recognition based on paralinguistic information

Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have recently explored the use of machine learning for emotion recognition based solely on paralinguistic information. Paralinguistics are aspects of spoken communication ...

Computer Sciences

The privacy risks of compiling mobility data

A new study by MIT researchers finds that the growing practice of compiling massive, anonymized datasets about people's movement patterns is a double-edged sword: While it can provide deep insights into human behavior for ...

Machine Learning & AI

How to make AI less biased

With machine learning systems now being used to determine everything from stock prices to medical diagnoses, it's never been more important to look at how they arrive at decisions.

Computer Sciences

An evaluation of mouse dynamics for intrusion detection

Researchers at Sapientia University in Romania and Université de Lyon have recently carried out a performance evaluation of unrestricted mouse usage for impostor detection. Their findings, pre-published on arXiv, suggest ...

Internet

Google AI research scientist announces Dataset Search

Google, from Day One, got big by getting into the business of finding information. Years later, Google is talking serious business about datasets. Google is launching a new search engine to help scientists find the datasets ...

Software

Mozilla releases transcription model and huge voice dataset

(Tech Xplore)—Mozilla (maker of the Firefox browser) has announced the release of an open source speech recognition model along with a large voice dataset. The release marks the advent of open source speech recognition ...

Computer Sciences

The games people play smarten up AI

(Tech Xplore)—A team of researchers from Germany and the UK (RWTH Aachen University and Microsoft Research) have figured out how to give artificial intelligence a boost toward learning games at a faster pace. Just as we ...

Computer Sciences

Saying cheese as style curiosity: Yearbook photos studied

Writers, anthropologists, historians make use of written records, relics and works of art to tell a complete story but now researchers from the University of California Berkeley and Brown remind us that there is another path ...

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