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Category: Artificial Intelligence (page 1 of 28)

Hyd Airport implements video analytics for passenger safety

GMR Hyderabad International Airport, to improve passenger experience and reduce wait time, implements Queue Management Systems combining IoT security cameras and AI video analytics in collaboration with AllGoVision Technologies. The advanced video analytics platform analyses the video feed from cameras and uses Deep Learning-based AI models to accurately estimate passenger statistics and help in reducing wait time for a quality experience and safety in COVID times.

Google researchers have developed semiconductor chips created by AI

A team of Google researchers has created an AI model that designs next-gen chips faster than human designers. The model could build a design that optimises the placement of components on a chip within six hours. The team used a dataset of 10,000 chip layouts for an ML model and trained it using RL. The new AI-generated layouts were used in Google’s latest AI accelerator (TPU-v5). AI uses past experience to become better and faster.

Cisco adds new feature in Webex to make meetings interactive

Cisco will be adding new features in Webex like background noise cancellation, adding polls and quizzes to make meetings more interactive. While unveiling a new Webex logo, Cisco said that its hybrid work suit will be 40% cheaper than a la carte. 800 new features and devices have been added to Webex since Sept 2020 to enhance the hybrid work module. One of its AI-powered features re-frames participants allowing them to see body language and facial expressions.

Infosys uses new-age tech to deliver thrill of French Open amid COVID-19

Roland Garros 2021 and Infosys will use new-age tech — AI, 3D, and cloud solutions — to reach out to viewers, players, coaches, journalists, and broadcasters amidst the spread of COVID-19. The technology will help fans to experience the thrill of watching the game from outside the court on the Roland-Garros app in 3D, commentary, and game insights. Infosys is also using the tech to dynamically resize game videos to publish on different social media platforms.

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Instagram to change algorithm after complaints of censoring pro-Palestine content

Instagram will make changes to its algorithms after some of its employees complained. Instagram said its users had shown more interest in original content from their friends than reshared content. Instagram will give equal weightage to both original content and re-posted content, The Verge reported. Twitter recently restricted an account of a Palestinian writer, later said it was due to an “error.”

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Mihup join hands with Harman to provide voice assistants in Tata cars

Automated virtual agent firm Mihup Communications has joined hands with audio electronics company Harman International to build Hinglish, Indian dialect and regional languages supported voice assistants in Tata Motors’ cars. Mashup will cover all major Indian languages by 2022. An automated virtual solution, at present available on Tata’s Altroz and Nexon cars, allows the driver to get free voice-based control for car function i.e air conditioner, music volume, radio, etc.

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Facebook AI reduces error rate by 50% of unsupervised speech recognition

The new Facebook AI has found a way to detect phonemes without prior samples. On the TIMIT benchmark, Wav2vec-U reduced the average error rate from 26.1 to 11.3 in terms of the percentage of phonemes that are guessed right. Wav2ves-U, when tested with “low resource” languages like Tatar, Amharic, Swahili, Kyrgyz, outperformed some of the benchmark supervised-learning programs that used labeled data.

Twitter’s AI-Image cropping remove black people, men from photos

Twitter’s image cropping AI is partial towards black people and men, as it tends to crop them out. A microblogging site’s study revealed an 8% difference from statistical quality in favor of women and 4% in favor of white people. To resolve the issue, Twitter shows standard aspect ratio images without crop. AI biases are not uncommon, Amazon scrapped its AI recruiting tool that favored men. A study by Microsoft- MIT showed AI misidentified people of color more.

IBM announces acquisition of Salesforce partner Waeg

IBM announced that it will buy Salesforce consulting partner Waeg. The Brussels-based firm will help IBM in the expansion of services and support of hybrid cloud and AI. Waeg has a total of 130 employees, who are called ‘Waegers’, across countries like Belgium, Denmark, France, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, and the Netherlands. Waeg’s expertise in Salesforce consulting services will help the tech giant in creating intelligent workflows. The terms of the deal, however, were not disclosed.

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