Machine Learning & AI

Artificial intelligence used to recognize primate faces in the wild

Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed new artificial intelligence software to recognise and track the faces of individual chimpanzees in the wild. The new software will allow researchers and wildlife conservationists ...

Computer Sciences

Distilled 3-D (D3D) networks for video action recognition

A team of researchers at Google, the University of Michigan and Princeton University have recently developed a new method for video action recognition. Video action recognition entails identifying particular actions performed ...

Computer Sciences

Algorithm eliminates blurred images caused by shaky footage

Duke University computer engineers have designed algorithms capable of sharpening video blurred by a shaky camera. Newly integrated into Adobe's After Effects video editing software, the solution is bringing relief to tripod-less ...