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This Artificial Intelligence (AI) approach can spot Deepfake videos of famous people using facial, gestural and vocal mannerisms

This Artificial Intelligence (AI) approach can spot Deepfake videos of famous people using facial, gestural and vocal mannerisms

Recent technological advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) can be seen as a double-edged sword. While AI has benefited humanity in countless ways by making our lives easier, from improving healthcare to providing personalized and more interactive experiences, it also comes with its own drawbacks. One such detrimental effect of AI is the increase in the …

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Move over ChatGPT, here is the ultimate artificial intelligence, AI Pacino

Move over ChatGPT, here is the ultimate artificial intelligence, AI Pacino

One of the little joys of being artificially smart is that it doesn’t take much effort to pass yourself off as smart at dinner parties and panel discussions. These are situational areas where a person’s intelligence is exposed, but only in bits and pieces, and that too, in conversations, big discussions, with the right amount …

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Artificial Intelligence Company Harnesses Saudi Sense of Digital Vision Urgency

Artificial Intelligence Company Harnesses Saudi Sense of Digital Vision Urgency

In cooperation with the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority, SenseTime introduces the Saudi AI Education Program to provide a comprehensive AI curriculum to teachers and students across the country. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] A leading artificial intelligence firm said it hopes to bring China’s best practices to Saudi Arabia to provide technological support for …

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RF Quarterly, December 2022: Artificial Intelligence

RF Quarterly, December 2022: Artificial Intelligence

Welcome to the December issue of RF Quarterly in which global regulatory experts write about the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in regulatory practice, with a focus on managing global change in medical devices based on AI, AI in Regulatory Intelligence Knowledge Management, Synthetic Data and Innovation, AI Medical Device Assessment and Regulation, and Digital …

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Artificial Intelligence, real application

Artificial Intelligence, real application

Published on: December 9, 2022; Updated on: December 9, 2022By Téa Smith, teass@email.sc.edu, 803-777-7549 Manas Gaur spent time in several doctoral programs before landing at the University of South Carolina. While doing research at Wright State University, his adviser was Amit Sheth, who left Wright State to become the founding director of USC’s Artificial Intelligence …

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A robot and Josh - in cycling kit - stare each other down

We asked Artificial Intelligence to review a Rapha jacket, write race reports and more

The robots are coming, we’ve all seen the movies. At just 12 years old, Will Smith’s 2004 film I, Robot was my first introduction to the potential pitfalls of artificial intelligence, and Hollywood has been doing its best to warn me ever since. Wall-E in 2008 was another – and a great movie, might I …

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Artificial Intelligence: Crossing the Line Between Healthcare and Technology

Artificial Intelligence: Crossing the Line Between Healthcare and Technology

JOver the past decade, significant investments have been made in companies creating artificial intelligence (AI) applications for health and healthcare. But while there have been successes, particularly in medical imaging, the industry is notorious for not yet living up to its potential — think IBM Watson. The slow adoption of AI in healthcare stems from …

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Virginia Tech HokieBot Participates in Alexa Prize SocialBot Grand Challenge 5 to Develop Advanced Artificial Intelligence Technology That Improves User Conversation

Virginia Tech HokieBot Participates in Alexa Prize SocialBot Grand Challenge 5 to Develop Advanced Artificial Intelligence Technology That Improves User Conversation

A team of four graduate students from the Sanghani Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics are one of nine international university teams selected to participate in the Alexa Prize SocialBot Grand Challenge 5 sponsored by Amazon.com Services LLC. Each team received a $250,000 prize to develop a skill that can help Alexa converse with …

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Cardiosense, Inc. Completes $15.1M Series A Funding to Advance Artificial Intelligence Platform for Heart Disease

Cardiosense, Inc. Completes $15.1M Series A Funding to Advance Artificial Intelligence Platform for Heart Disease

CHICAGO, December 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cardiosense, Inc., a Chicagoa digital health company based on artificial intelligence and multi-sensor devices to enable early detection of cardiovascular disease, announced today that it has raised $15.1 million in a Series A funding, co-led by Broadview Ventures and Hatteras Venture Partners, with participation from Laerdal Million Lives Fund, …

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Latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research from Korea Open-Sources 'Dr.3D', a New 3D GAN Domain Adaptation Method for Drawings

Latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research from Korea Open-Sources ‘Dr.3D’, a New 3D GAN Domain Adaptation Method for Drawings

It is essential for a wide range of computer graphics and vision applications that generative adversarial networks (GANs) learn to create realistic images. Notably, GANs allow exploration and editing of semantically meaningful images for real and synthetic images. Not surprisingly, the human face is one of the most frequently targeted image categories in computer vision …

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