Welcome back, today I got a different sort of Stop-Motion video for you: A video straight from the state-of-the-art of AI research. If you’re a Stop-Motion animator, like me, you probably know the effort it takes to record movies at 30, let alone 60 frames per second. I personally stick… Continue Reading Boosting Stop Motion Animations to 60 fps using AI

So this is a bio-inspired robot project. We are doing a flying squirrel robot, so our robot’s going to have two basic modes. One is a hopping mode—like it’s going to be hopping on the ground. The other one is a gliding mode. So whenever the robot detects a cliff,… Continue Reading 24-775 Robot Design and Experimentation: Flying Squirrel

We are always very excited receiving a new robot. And I think the major excitement is that this is our first full-sized humanoid robot. We have been very fortunate to receive funding from the German Research Foundation in the purchasing and development of this new research platform. One of the… Continue Reading Humanoid robot H1 arrives at TUM

– Robots are used in many industries around the world, but there’s only so much they can do. – At Element AI, we’re building smarter robots. – That means designing robotic intelligence that is autonomous and interactive. – Our lab is using the latest AI research to solve real world… Continue Reading Introducing the Element AI Robotics Lab

[MUSIC]>>It’s the symbiotic relationship between the human and machine that brings the magic of AI to medicine in a meaningful way. >>Now we have the tools to make a huge difference to human life. >>Cancer research is increasingly powered by data. Those data remain siloed across institutions.>>We’re creating a data… Continue Reading AI for Health Program

>>Vijay Kumar: So unmanned aerial vehicles. We’ve been working on this for about 15 years now, and I want to show you this picture which illustrates the number of unmanned aerial vehicles and how it’s grown over the years. This is a picture in 2010, and the smaller vehicles that… Continue Reading Swarms of Aerial Robots – AMNH SciCafe

When you think about building those applications and obviously leveraging machine learning, there’s a lot of conversations around how machine learning is still research-based, is still in the lab, hasn’t gone into full production, hasn’t some cases and then others, it’s still on the way. What’s your approach, your execution… Continue Reading Bringing Machine Learning From Lab to Production. Irina Farooq, Chief Product Officer @ Kinetica

hello everyone welcome to an introduction on evolutionary algorithms before I go on to introduce myself I want to make it clear but I don’t expect you to have any pre-existing knowledge of the subject or any scientific background this introduction is intended for everyone especially those who are interested… Continue Reading Evolutionary Algorithms

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. Earlier, we talked about Google’s WaveNet, a learning-based text-to-speech engine. This means that we give it a piece of written text and after a training step using someone’s voice, it has to read it aloud using this person’s voice… Continue Reading Google’s Text Reader AI: Almost Perfect | Two Minute Papers #228