Professor Anna Choromanska : Welcome to the first talk of 2019 seminar series on modern artificial intelligence at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. This series which we launched last year, aims to bring together faculty students and researchers.. to discuss the most important trends in the world of AI,… Continue Reading Research challenges in using computer vision in robotics systems

Every day, business decisions depend on your ability to manage a lot of information. Imagine that your business is a ship at sea… News, documents, email and much more are like a giant, dangerous wave. Our cognitive software Cogito is like having an innovative robot that automatically understands meaning in… Continue Reading Cogito, Expert System’s cognitive technology

With rising labor costs and increasing service expectations, the demand for robotic systems in unstructured environments like Warehouses, Hotels, & Hospitals is becoming increasingly urgent. Since machine intelligence is probabilistic, even the most reliable autonomous systems may have failure rates over 5%. The resulting downtime is time consuming and expensive.… Continue Reading Cognicept Explained

Hello, I will explain how SVM algorithm works. This video will explain the support vector machine for linearly separable binary sets Suppose we have this two features, x1 and x2 here and we want to classify all this elements You can see that we have the class square and the… Continue Reading How SVM (Support Vector Machine) algorithm works

hi guys, what’s up? it’s Vincenzo Lomonaco and today I’m going to talk about our latest work CORe50 a new dataset and benchmark for continuous lifelong learning in the context of computer vision and specifically object recognition. So, this work has been brought to you by the University of Bologna,… Continue Reading CORe50: a new Dataset and Benchmark for Continual Learning and Object Recognition

Hong Kong, China Say hello to Han… …and he might just say hello back. That’s because Han is an advanced humanoid robot… …capable of holding conversations with people… …and reacting with 40 motors that control his facial expressions. “”So Han’s really exciting because not only can he generate very realistic… Continue Reading Humanoid Robot Head Thinks And Talks Independently

[MUSIC PLAYING] [SPEAKING IN FRENCH] [VOICES SPEAKING] [LAUGHTER] [COMPUTER NOISES] GEOFFREY HINTON: We come into this world with the innate abilities to learn to interact with other sentient beings. Suppose you had to interact with other people by writing little messages to them. It’d be a real pain. And that’s… Continue Reading Behind the Mic: The Science of Talking with Computers

And there’s going to be a very exciting panel discussion on continuing the theme of perception in AI and specifically in terms of the implications of the various applications that we potentially see for India. And we’ve got an extremely stellar panel who will hopefully discuss some of the issues… Continue Reading Panel Discussion: Ai-Perception and Applications