How Machine Learning Is Changing Video Compression

Artificial intelligence is bringing new solutions for nearly every industry. Now, AI innovators are setting out to solve video compression issues.  

‘Backronym’ May Help To Generate Ideas in Machine Learning by Visualizing Hundreds of Research...

Every year hundreds of papers are published on Machine learning/Deep Learning in various journals and conferences. Most of them are based on...

This Browser Extension ‘GPTrue or False’ Can Identify AI Written Content

Recently OpenAI announced the launch of its 1.5 billion parameter language model GPT-2. GPT-2 has been in the news as the...

The future of smartphone camera is here with 50 times digital zoom and its...

There is a new contender for the world's best smartphone camera. Huawei P30 Pro has wholly overtaken the likes of the Samsung...

Google Open-Sources FUSS: The Free Universal Sound Separation Dataset

Google open-sources FUSS data set (the Free Universal Sound Separation data set) to train and benchmark AI sound separation models. FUSS can...

This Pytorch Library ‘SpeedTorch’ Might Speedup Your Pytorch Deep Learning Projects

While browsing on reddit, I found out about 'SpeedTorch'. SpeedTorch is a library developed for Pytorch, for fast transfer rates between pinned...

A Deep Generative Model for Fragment-Based Molecule Generation

In this paper, the authors discuss about the molecule generation, which is a challenging problem in cheminformatics. The two types of deep...

How This Data Startup Aims to Bring Access to Petabytes of Public Data &...

After four years of hard work by Kevin Moore and Aneesh Karve (Founders), Quilt Data comes live from stealth mode. This platform can be...

Exclusive Talk with Serhat Cillidag, Co-Founder and CTO of Intenseye

Serhat is Co-Founder and CTO of Intenseye. He was previously working as a software engineer in Sony, delivering their web platforms for...

SpeechSplit, an autoencoder that can decompose speech into content, timbre, rhythm and pitch

Human speech can be broken into four important components: content, timbre, pitch, and rhythm. The first component 'content' ofspeech shows the primary...
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