Machine learning is one of the hottest buzzwords in tech right now, and it generally refers to software that can improve itself based on user response. But not all developers (including Apple itself) know how to take full advantage of it.
Back in June at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, Apple announced new machine learning integrations so developers could bring it into their apps. Now Apple is giving even more guidance with a Machine Learning Journal, which is all about closing Read more [...]
Image: University of WashingtonBy Michael Nuñez2017-07-17 14:34:05 UTC
We live in scary times. It's often hard to distinguish reality from fantasy, and it doesn't help that our very own president, Mr. Donald J. Trump, obsessively rants about "fake news media" anytime he's criticized.
Sadly, fake news isn't going anywhere anytime soon, and it's probably going to get much worse in the near future thanks to new video editing tools being made by scientific researchers.
Researchers at the University Read more [...]
Image: Vicky Leta / MashableBy Rebecca Ruiz2017-07-04 04:00:00 UTC
For way too long, people have played menstruation for laughs. These hilarious jokes usually come back to a familiar punch line: Women just can't function when they bleed.
It's not just a joke, either. That trope has been used by men and women alike to justify why we can't have nice things, including a female president.
But a new study published Tuesday in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience offers some quality research Read more [...]
When technology is used to make art, sometimes it produces beautiful results. And other times things get a little ... strange.
A new video going around Twitter shows an eerie girl moving her eyes as a cursor moves around on the screen. The thing is ... it's not a real person in the video.
These beautiful and unsettling videos (okay, they're more than a little creepy) were made by artist and researcher Branislav Ulicny, who created this AI-generated art by using neural networks combined with two Read more [...]
Imagine if you could turn your memories and emotions into compelling abstract paintings.
A London-based creative technology studio, , has found a way to visually and directly represent emotions by scanning people’s brains to create awe-inspiring paintings.
This article is published on 23 June 2017 2:22 pm
“Moist,” psychologically, is a very loaded word. According to a research study conducted by psychology professor Dr. Paul Thibodeau at Oberlin College, around 18 percent of American English speakers hate the word “moist.” And the hate behind “moist” stems from word’s association.
This article is published on 21 June 2017 8:30 pm
Stefanie Pender is a hybrid artist, who has spent 15 years mastering the ancient craft of glassblowing. Now she has built a special robot to try and translate the complex knowledge and muscle memory required to blow glass.
For Pender, human-machine collaboration can inform a new age of manufacture, which can in turn weld the past with the present. Blowing glass is just the first step in thinking how to automate complex movements we humans usually take for granted.
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Are you salivating yet?Image: Sean Gallup/Getty ImagesBy Sasha Lekach2017-06-20 00:34:26 UTC
Turns out if you call beets "dynamite" and sweet potatoes "zesty," people actually want to eat their veggies.
A new study published last week in JAMA Internal Medicine from Stanford University's Psychology Department found that rich, descriptive and delicious labels for vegetables makes them a lot more appealing.
The study found that "indulgent" descriptors for vegetables like beets, corn, green beans, Read more [...]
Think of the ice cream truck – now add AI and machine learning to create an autonomous, staffless mobile supermarket. That could be the future of retail, according to the creators of 'Moby Mart.' Read more...More about Retail, Artificial Intelligence, Gps, Autonomous Cars, and Research
This article is published on 19 June 2017 1:41 pm
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Shimon is a marimba-playing robot rockstar. The robot, developed by a team of researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology is able to compose and perform music entirely on its own.
It’s part of an experiment to see if it can create music that human beings find deeply inspiring and beautiful.
This article is published on 15 June 2017 5:35 pm