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Class Action Settlement — Phone Calls and Text Messages Recorded by Twilio

Flowers, et al. v. Twilio, Inc. is a consumer class action alleging that Twilio recorded phone calls and text messages for its customers Handy Technologies and Homejoy and text messages for its customer Trulia, without the consent of all parties to those communications, in violation of California privacy law. The parties reached a settlement which …

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A.I. Is Flying Drones (Very, Very Slowly)

A drone from the University of Zurich is an engineering and technical marvel. It also moves slower than someone taking a Sunday morning jog.At the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems in Madrid last October, the autonomous drone, … → Read More: A.I. Is Flying Drones (Very, Very Slowly)

NVIDIA Research project uses AI to instantly turn drawings into photorealistic images

NVIDIA Research has demonstrated GauGAN, a deep learning model that converts simple doodles into photorealistic images. The tool crafts images nearly instantaneously, and can intelligently adjust elements within images, such as adding reflections to a … → Read More: NVIDIA Research project uses AI to instantly turn drawings into photorealistic images

ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com uses AI to generate endless fake faces

The ability of AI to generate fake visuals is not yet mainstream knowledge, but a new website — ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com — offers a quick and persuasive education.The site is the creation of Philip Wang, a software engineer at Uber, and uses rese… → Read More: ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com uses AI to generate endless fake faces

How artificial intelligence is shaking up the job market

The future of work is usually discussed in theoretical terms. Reports and opinion pieces cover the full spectrum of opinion, from the dystopian landscape that leaves millions unemployed, to new opportunities for social and economic mobility that could … → Read More: How artificial intelligence is shaking up the job market

UBTECH’s Walker Robot

Walker is one of newest robots from UBTECH Robotics. Below is just a few of the features and technologies used in its development. 1.Flexible walking on complex terrain: With gait planning and control, Walker can achieve stable walking on different sur… → Read More: UBTECH’s Walker Robot

Finally, a Do-It-All Robot Arm That’s Actually Affordable

If you want a versatile robot arm, today’s market really only offers two options: expensive industrial robots, or glorified toys. Low-end models may look similar to “real” robot arms, but they don’t usually have the accuracy or repeatability to… → Read More: Finally, a Do-It-All Robot Arm That’s Actually Affordable

Machine learning leads mathematicians to unsolvable problem

A team of researchers has stumbled on a question that is mathematically unanswerable because it is linked to logical paradoxes discovered by Austrian mathematician Kurt Gödel in the 1930s that can’t be solved using standard mathematics.The mathemati… → Read More: Machine learning leads mathematicians to unsolvable problem

Machine Learning for Kids

This tool introduces machine learning by providing hands-on experiences for training machine learning systems and building things with them.It provides an easy-to-use guided environment for training machine learning models for classifying text, numbers… → Read More: Machine Learning for Kids

Robots Finally Learning to Clean the Bathroom

A useful general home robot, as far as I’m concerned, needs to be able to do three things: fold laundry, wash dishes, and clean toilets. That’s all it would take to make me happy. We’ve seen some attempts at both laundry foldingand washing dishes… → Read More: Robots Finally Learning to Clean the Bathroom