Learning-based Artificial Intelligence Makes Stunning Low-light Imaging

At this year’s IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), a group of researchers from UIUC and Intel Labs showed off how learning-based artificial intelligence can help imaging in low light. It is almost surreal to see how an otherwise darkened photo can be made bright as day. It was that crazy. Here, … Continue reading Learning-based Artificial Intelligence Makes Stunning Low-light Imaging

LG Brings ThinQ Artificial Intelligence To Its 2018 Super UHD TV Lineup

The hottest, non-visible thing in 2018 will be artificial intelligence. Not only this potential sci-fi nightmare technology has made its way to smartphone, it now will make its presence felt in TVs too – all thanks to LG. LG has just announced the company’s 2018 TV lineup which will comes with ThinQ artificial intelligence technology … Continue reading LG Brings ThinQ Artificial Intelligence To Its 2018 Super UHD TV Lineup

3 Dynamic Trends Shaping the Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence crossed a new frontier this month as NASA discovered two new planets using Google AI software. The two planets, located in a system with eight known planets, were discovered by analyzing Kepler space telescope technology using the same type of AI image detection techniques used in today’s face recognition software. By training a neural network with … Continue reading 3 Dynamic Trends Shaping the Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence

Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

If you don’t already know, what makes Huawei smartphones stand out (or not) from the sea of competitions is the use of proprietary processor manufactured by the company’s wholly-owned fabless semiconductor company, HiSilicon. Up till today, the handset arm of China’s telecommunication giant has been relying on HiSilicon-made processor. Normally there’s really nothing to talk … Continue reading Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

Sensitive Artificial Skin Is Another Step Closer To Realizing A True Humanoid

Robotic development is advancing at breakneck speeds, but not fast enough for a bunch of Sonny to take over our job, yet. In the meantime, now and in near future, humans are expected to work alongside robots. Robots will be doing “stressful” and repetitive tasks while humans will continue to deal with reactive tasks. Herein … Continue reading Sensitive Artificial Skin Is Another Step Closer To Realizing A True Humanoid

World’s First Full-size Self-driving Electric Bus Goes On Trial In Singapore

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and Volvo Buses, in collaboration with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has launched the world’s full-size autonomous electric bus on March 5, 2019. The 12-meter (40-foot) long, single-deck electric bus is a Volvo 7900 electric bus is outfitted with LiDAR sensors, stereo-vision cameras and navigation controls managed by a … Continue reading World’s First Full-size Self-driving Electric Bus Goes On Trial In Singapore

First It Was A Biped, Now A Quadruped Robot Can Pull Off Backflips Too

Here’s a video of a four-legged robot called Mini Cheetah developed by Biomimetic Robotics Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) doing backflips – a skill yet to be accomplished by any fellow quadruped robot. Cool, right. Well, for now, it is sure fun to see them performing circus act. Just wait till they get … Continue reading First It Was A Biped, Now A Quadruped Robot Can Pull Off Backflips Too

Goodyear Dreams Of The Boldest Flying Car Concept Yet With Aero Tires

To be perfectly, we are kind of disappointed with the progress of flying cars. It seems like flying cars that so many companies claimed to be making are nothing more than an aircraft. Our concept of flying stemmed from Matt Trakker’s Thunderhawk. OK. Maybe not the gullwing doors that make it fly, but something along … Continue reading Goodyear Dreams Of The Boldest Flying Car Concept Yet With Aero Tires

AI Cameras That Spots Potential Shoplifters: Pre-Crime Unit Is Real?

Can a human spot potential shoplifters before the deed is done? Possibly. If given enough training and experience, a person may be able to pick out those who intend to pay for the products and those who don’t. But lets be honest, other than big retail stores, no other retail stores will dedicate staff just … Continue reading AI Cameras That Spots Potential Shoplifters: Pre-Crime Unit Is Real?