A team of researchers from Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial and Harvard University recently introduced 3DPeople, a large-scale comprehensive dataset with specific geometric shapes of clothes that is suitable for many computer vision tasks involving clothed humans.
To enable both content creators and end users to seriously restyle their apps’ interfaces while maintaining content detail clarity essential to their usability, researchers from Stanford have proposed ImagineNet, a novel and powerful new tool for interface customisation.
At the NeurIPS 2019 conference CIFAR introduced its new AI Chairs and a new grant program, and hosted the panel discussion Foundations in Machine Learning, where researchers from Mila, Amii and the Vector brainstormed on their work, looked at machine learning trends and offered advice to students.
For decades machines have been able to understand simple musical features like beats per minute. Now AI is boosting their abilities to the point that they can not only figure out what particular genre of music is playing, but also how to appropriately dance to it.
Microsoft’s new tunable gigaword-scale neural network DialogGPT is a virtual master of conversation that outperforms strong baseline systems in generating relevant and context-consistent responses and attains near human level performance in conversational response generation tasks.