May 01, 2019

6 Posts

Younes Murri teaching class
May 01, 2019

The Batch: Invisibility Cloak For Computer Vision, Algorithmic Music Rocks, Automating Justice

On Monday, I delivered a keynote via teleconference for Dubai's AI Everything conference. It was inspiring to see so many governments, businesses, and social enterprises coming together to talk about AI.
Diagram showing causes of measured frequency of driving at night
May 01, 2019

Automating Justice

AI tools that help police and courts make decisions about detention, probation, and sentencing have “serious shortcomings," an AI industry consortium warns.
Heat map visualisations using integrated gradient method
May 01, 2019

Computer Vision for Human Vision

AI is poised to revolutionize diagnosis of eye disease. Articles are piling up in scientific journals heralding computer vision’s success in detecting conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, a common condition that can cause blindness if it’s not treated in time.
Musicians' names connected
May 01, 2019

Birth of a Prodigy

Never mind Spotify, here's MuseNet — a model that spins music endlessly in a variety of styles.
Example of adversarial patches against YOLOv2
May 01, 2019

Hiding in Plain Sight

Harry Potter’s magical cloak made him invisible to his Hogwarts colleagues. Now researchers have created a sort of invisibility shield to hide people from computer vision.
Image showing how brain activity synthesizes speech
May 01, 2019

Talking Without Speaking

Neuroscientists translated brain signals directly into artificial speech, synthesizing full sentences based purely on neural impulses.

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