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New App Automatically Identifies Your Best Photos

New App Automatically Identifies Your Best Photos

New App Automatically Identifies Your Best Photos

Finding all the best pictures on your phone just became a bit easier.

EyeEm, a photo sharing startup, released a new app called The Roll which relies on NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning to automatically organize your photos. Using the company’s AI-powered image analysis technology, each photo in your collection is assigned an aesthetic quality score and then all the best images are displayed for you to enjoy.  The app also uses a 20,000 tag database to automatically tag and group similar photos.

The app is currently available for iOS devices.

New App Automatically Identifies Your Best Photos

New App Automatically Identifies Your Best Photos

Amazon Releases Open-Source Deep Learning Software

Amazon Releases Open-Source Deep Learning Software

Amazon Releases Open-Source Deep Learning Software

With hundreds of millions of customers shopping daily on Amazon, it’s critical they help them discover the right product from their massive catalog of products.

Amazon’s Deep Scalable Sparse Tensor Network Engine (DSSTNE or “Destiny”) is a deep learning framework built from the ground up to help researchers develop search and recommendation systems. With multi-GPU support, DSSTNE can automatically distribute computational workloads across all available GPUs, speeding up training of larger models without a lot of effort. As a result, DSSTNE can be used to build recommendations systems that model ten million unique products instead of being limited to hundreds of thousands possible with other solutions.

Amazon says 35 percent of its product sales result from product recommendations

Amazon says 35 percent of its product sales result from product recommendations

The DSSTNE roadmap includes support for the types of convolutional layers used in image processing, and additional recurrent layers needed for many natural language understanding and speech recognition tasks.

AI-Powered Flying Camera to Replace Your Selfie Stick

AI-Powered Flying Camera to Replace Your Selfie Stick

AI-Powered Flying Camera to Replace Your Selfie Stick

After raising $25 million in funding, Beijing-based ZeroZero Robotics came out of stealth mode and launched their Hover Camera just days before the GMIC Beijing 2016 trade show, the ‘CES of China.’

Co-founder MQ Wang, a Stanford PhD alum focused on machine learning and natural language processing, was inspired to create the autonomous Hover Camera after watching a documentary about a man who walked 1600 miles solo across Australia.

Using a machine learning model trained on an NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU, the camera automatically tracks your face to take photos and capture videos wherever you go.

AI-Powered Flying Camera to Replace Your Selfie Stick

AI-Powered Flying Camera to Replace Your Selfie Stick

“We wanted the user experience to be very natural — easy to use,” MQ told Mashable. “We wanted to make sure the learning curve for users is minimum. So there is no remote control or anything. There’s no calibration process.”

The final version of the product will be released this summer.

OpenAI Creates a Gym to Train Your AI

OpenAI Creates a Gym to Train Your AI

OpenAI Creates a Gym to Train Your AI

Open AI, a non-profit artificial intelligence research company backed by Elon Musk, launched a toolkit for developing and comparing reinforcement learning algorithms.

OpenAI Gym is a suite of environments that include simulated robotic tasks and Atari games as well as a website for people to post their results and share code.

OpenAI researcher John Schulman shared some details about his organization, why reinforcement learning is important and how the OpenAI Gym will make it easier for AI researchers to design, iterate and improve their next generation applications.

Algorithm Achieves Better Accuracy Than Humans at Reading Lips

Algorithm Achieves Better Accuracy Than Humans at Reading Lips

Algorithm Achieves Better Accuracy Than Humans at Reading Lips

Researchers at the University of East Anglia in the UK developed an algorithm that is able to interpret mouthed words with a greater degree of accuracy than human lip readers.

Using Tesla K80 GPUs, the researchers trained a deep learning model to recognize mouth shapes corresponding to certain sounds as they are spoken, without any audio input cues at all.

“We’re looking at visual cues and saying how do they vary? We know they vary for different people. How are they using them? What’s the differences? And can we actually use that knowledge in this particular training method for our model? And we can,” says Dr. Helen Bear who created the visual speech recognition system as part of her PhD, along with Prof Richard Harvey of UEA’s School of Computing Sciences.

Examples of features captured for improving lip reading accuracy. The green marks relate to key points used in Active Appearance Models when tracking a speaker’s face.

Examples of features captured for improving lip reading accuracy. The green marks relate to key points used in Active Appearance Models when tracking a speaker’s face.

According to Dr. Bear, the core challenge is that humans make more sounds than distinct visual cues. For example, there are several sounds with confusingly similar lip shapes such as ‘/p/,’ ‘/b/,’ and ‘/m/’ — all of which typically cause difficulties for human lip readers. UEA’s visual speech model is able to more accurately distinguish between these visually similar lip shapes.

This technology may one day help people who have hearing and speech impairments, generate audio for video-only-security video footage or enhance poor audio quality on mobile for video calls.

Assessing Traumatic Brain Injuries with Deep Learning

Assessing Traumatic Brain Injuries with Deep Learning

Assessing Traumatic Brain Injuries with Deep Learning

More than one million athletes experience a concussion each year in the United States.

Researchers from a California-based startup Neural Analytics have designed a portable headset device that maps blood flow in the brain, which may make it easier to recognize concussions.

“There is growing evidence that concussions can change the blood flow in the brain,” said study author Robert Hamilton, PhD, co-founder of Neural Analytics and a member of the American Academy of Neurology. “While such changes may be detected with MRI, we believe there may be a less expensive and portable way to measure these changes with a transcranial Doppler (TCD) device.”

Using NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning, the device is able to distinguish the brains of young high school athletes who had recently suffered a traumatic brain injury from those of healthy subjects with 83 percent accuracy.

Assessing Traumatic Brain Injuries with Deep Learning

Assessing Traumatic Brain Injuries with Deep Learning

“This research suggests that this advanced form of ultrasound may provide a more accurate diagnosis of concussion,” said Hamilton. “While more research is needed, the hope is such a tool could one day be used on the sidelines to help determine more quickly whether an athlete needs further testing.”

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Imagine being able to virtually teleport from one space to another in real time.

With 3D-capture cameras and a mixed reality display such as HoloLens, Microsoft Research’s new ‘haloportation’ innovation allows users to see, hear, and interact with remote participants in 3D as if they are actually present in the same physical space.

Custom software helps reconstruct every possibly viewpoint from each camera and then stitches them together into one fully formed 3D model.

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

“We want to do all of this processing in a tiny window — around 33 milliseconds — to process all the data coming from all of the cameras at once, basically, and also create a temporal model, and then stream the data,” says project lead Shahram Izadi, whose team leans on NVIDIA GPUs to crunch the relevant numbers.

Izadi also mentioned the system is able to record and playback entire previous ‘haloportation’ sessions which is like walking back through time to experience memorable events.

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Virtual 3D Teleportation in Real Time with NVIDIA GPUs

Imagine being able to virtually teleport from one space to another in real time.

With 3D-capture cameras and a mixed reality display such as HoloLens, Microsoft Research’s new ‘haloportation’ innovation allows users to see, hear, and interact with remote participants in 3D as if they are actually present in the same physical space.

Custom software helps reconstruct every possibly viewpoint from each camera and then stitches them together into one fully formed 3D model.

“We want to do all of this processing in a tiny window — around 33 milliseconds — to process all the data coming from all of the cameras at once, basically, and also create a temporal model, and then stream the data,” says project lead Shahram Izadi, whose team leans on NVIDIA GPUs to crunch the relevant numbers.

Izadi also mentioned the system is able to record and playback entire previous ‘haloportation’ sessions which is like walking back through time to experience memorable events.

Detecting and Labeling Diseases in Chest X-Rays with Deep Learning

Detecting and Labeling Diseases in Chest X-Rays with Deep Learning

Detecting and Labeling Diseases in Chest X-Rays with Deep Learning

Researchers from the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland are using NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning to automatically annotate diseases from chest x-rays.

Accelerated by Tesla GPUs, the team trained their convolutional neural networks on a publicly available radiology dataset of chest x-rays and reports to describe the characteristics of a disease, such as location, severity and the affected organs.

Examples of annotation generations (light green box) compared to true annotations (yellow box) for input images in the test set.

Examples of annotation generations (light green box) compared to true annotations (yellow box) for input images in the test set.

The researchers mention this is the first study (to the best of their knowledge) that mines from a publicly available radiology image and report dataset, not only to classify and detect disease in images, but also to describe their context similar to how a human observer would read.

Moodbox First Emotionally Intelligent Speaker Trained on GPUs

 Moodbox First Emotionally Intelligent Speaker Trained on GPUs

Moodbox First Emotionally Intelligent Speaker Trained on GPUs

Created by researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the MoodBox speaker is billed as the first ever high quality wireless speaker that senses human emotions.

Using NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and deep learning, the speaker operates with cutting edge sensory recognition technology named “Emi”. Emi collects and analyzes audio signals and music lyrics to provide efficient retrieval of millions of songs by genres, styles, mood, and artist. Emi not only converses, but also suggests appropriate music, adjusts the lighting to music, reports on weather conditions, and offers wake-up calls.

“We are bringing the latest R&D in speech, music and emotion recognition technology to people’s lives,” explains creator and emotional intelligence pioneer Pascale Fung, PhD. “When you speak to MoodBox, the predictive engine delineates emotional state from tone of voice and content of speech.”

With less than two weeks remaining of their Indiegogo campaign, the team already surpassed their $40,000 funding goal.



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