World’s first massive egocentric dataset

Egocentric 4D Live Perception (Ego4D) is a massive-scale dataset that compiles 3,025 hours of footage from the wearable cameras of 855 participants in nine countries. Credit: Ego4D The University of Bristol is part of an international consortium of 13 universities in partnership with Facebook AI, that collaborated to advance egocentric...

AI used to reproduce ‘lost’ Picasso nude

AI used to reproduce ‘lost’ Picasso nude

Left: X-ray of lost "Lonesome Crouching Nude" found beneath Picasso's "The Blind Man's Meal." Credit: Estate of Pablo Picasso. Right: Full color recreation. Credit: Oxia Palus. A painting of a naked woman by Pablo Picasso that has been hidden beneath one of his "Blue Period' masterpieces for more than a century...

How environmental features can enhance robot awareness

Diagram of interplay between data, transfer operators, kernel methods, and environmental features. Transfer operators represent dynamical systems, where a state x ∈ X is lifted to a space L∞X and g(x) provides physical properties of the system. Many systems are defined by data exhibiting complex patterns, such as two nested...

Developing an AI that ‘thinks’ like humans

Developing an AI that ‘thinks’ like humans

Graphical abstract. Credit: DOI: 10.1016/j.patter.2021.100348 Creating human-like AI is about more than mimicking human behavior—technology must also be able to process information, or "think" like humans if it is to be fully relied upon. New research, published in the journal Patterns and led by the University of Glasgow's School of...

A decision analyst’s perspective on AI: With machines that make data-driven decisions, where do we need people?

A decision analyst’s perspective on AI: With machines that make data-driven decisions, where do we need people?

Assistant Professor Eeva Vilkkumaa. Credit: Aalto University / Kukka-Maria Rosenlund Decision analysis is a field that develops analytical models for better decision-making. One interesting question is whether artificial intelligence can replace people as decision makers—and if, then under what circumstances. AI algorithms that make decisions are prevalent. They choose appropriate...

Flying high-speed drones into the unknown with AI

Flying high-speed drones into the unknown with AI

The autonomous drone navigates independently through the forest at 40 km/h. Credit: UZH Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed a new approach to autonomously fly quadrotors through unknown, complex environments at high speeds using only on-board sensing and computation. The new approach could be useful in emergencies, on...

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