Milo wearable action communicator ships for outdoor adventurers

Milo wearable action communicator ships for outdoor adventurers

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. watch now. Loose Cannon Systems has begun shipping its Milo wearable action communicators as reimagined walkie-talkies for outdoor adventurers. You can use them to speak with groups of friends and family … Read more

OpenAI invites everyone to test new AI-powered chatbot—with fun results

OpenAI invites everyone to test new AI-powered chatbot—with fun results

Enlarge / An AI-generated image of a chatbot exploding forth from squiggly radial lines, as was foretold by the prompt. Benj Edwards / Ars Technica On Wednesday, OpenAI announced ChatGPT, a dialogue-based AI chat interface for its GPT-3 family of large language models. It’s currently free to use with an OpenAI account during a testing … Read more

Disney’s age-altering AI can make young actors look 80 or old actors 20 in REAL TIME

The AI ​​tool is fed a headshot (input) and provides results from 20 years old to 80 years old

Disney researchers are out to transform Hollywood with a new artificial intelligence tool that could eliminate the need for special effects to alter the age of actors playing a character in a movie. Using the face re-aging network (FRAN), filmmakers can now make actors look as young as 20 or as old as 80 years … Read more

AWS unveils machine learning (ML) tools for data science in the cloud

AWS unveils machine learning (ML) tools for data science in the cloud

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. watch now. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) workloads can run in any number of locations including on-premises, at the edge, embedded in devices and in the cloud. Amazon Web … Read more

McKinsey named a Leader in AI Service Providers by Forrester

McKinsey named a Leader in AI Service Providers by Forrester

December 1, 2022McKinsey has been named a Leader, the highest designation, in The Forrester Wave™: AI Service Providers, Q4 2022 report. Forrester evaluated 12 firms, assessing them on 29 criteria grouped into the categories of current offering, strategy, and market presence. We received the highest possible rating in criteria including AI talent, vision, and market … Read more

AI that listens for CANCER in farts: Scientists develop device they hope will spot deadly diseases

The prototype of the sensor package includes a microphone through which bathroom sounds could be recorded.  Different sounds produced through urination, flatulence, solid defecation, and diarrhea are all influenced by the pathways in your body and can indicate something is wrong

Scientists have developed a device they hope can diagnose cancer by listening to your bathroom sounds. It works using artificial intelligence to look for subtle changes in the sound when someone defecates, urinates, or flatulates. Researchers built a database with hours of audio and video samples of excretions from healthy and unwell patients to establish … Read more

Neuralink Didn’t Have Much to Show at its ‘Show and Tell’ Event

Neuralink Didn't Have Much to Show at its 'Show and Tell' Event

Elon Musk kicked off a highly anticipated “show and tell” event for Neuralinkhis brain computer interface company, this week with a warning: “I’m going to be a little bit repetitive.” Musk stayed true to his word, spending the next minutes rehashing many of his same talking points about the dangers of general artificial intelligence and … Read more

Amazon to warn customers about limitations of its AI

Amazon to warn customers about limitations of its AI

LAS VEGAS, Nov 30 (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN.O) is planning to roll out warning cards for software sold by its cloud-computing division, in light of ongoing concern that artificially intelligent systems can discriminate against different groups, the company told Reuters. Akin to lengthy nutrition labels, Amazon’s so-called AI Service Cards will be public so … Read more

We’re Not Ready for the AI ​​on the Horizon, But People Are Trying

We're Not Ready for the AI ​​on the Horizon, But People Are Trying

Ongoing developments in artificial intelligence, particularly in AI linguistic communication, will affect various aspects of our lives in various ways. We can’t foresee all of the uses to which technologies such as large language models (LLMs) will be put, nor all of the consequences of their employment. But we can reasonably say the effects will … Read more