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Watching a music video and could not hear your favorite instrument’s notes among the loud drums? Thanks to MIT researchers, they have developed artificial intelligence (AI) based software, PixelPlayer that can single out each instrument playing in the video and make it louder or softer. Pixel Player is a new AI project paved the way from MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). A team of MIT researchers led by Hang Zhao, a Ph.D. student at CSAIL has proposed to devise a deep-learning system that can analyz...
To unravel marine life mysteries rubbed by the spook-nature of other aquatic documenting models, MIT has unveiled a Robotic fish referred to as SoFi, which is designed to behave just like fish while studying the marine life. The Robot fish, SoFi which can swim independently with real fish in the oceans was designed by the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) team from MIT and published in a paper last week, March 21. SoFi has been tested in Fiji Rainbow Reef where it swam up to 40 minutes in a single dive ...
It seems that artificial intelligence will soon become omnipresent in the field of technology. Currently, Google has been leading in the world of AI as it not only has the widest variety of AI technologies but is also growing at a fast pace. Now there is another tech giant which is aiming to give tough competition to the popular internet search engine. Microsoft Corporation is geared up to attain the same level of expertise in the growing technological trend. The latest development in the same is the launch of the latest Microsoft AI ...
Don’t you hate it when you take a photograph of a beautiful object in front of you, that there’s something obstructing your view, whether is a barrier or a glass? Soon smartphones cameras may have a way around these obstructions.Photoshop experts have been able to remove such obstructions out of images for years using the clone tool. A new photo editing algorithm developed by Google in collaboration with researchers at MIT can let people remove all traces of foreground obstructions in photos and end up with clear, reflection-free p...
We spend a lot of time staring into an abyss, waiting for the person on the other end to IM. Don't we? Well, a group a researchers at MIT are tinkering away to make that inefficacious time more productive for us. A team of PhD students at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has created an app, WaitChatter that basically teaches you a foreign language in that standby time when you wait for IMs from your friends. WaitChatter teaches you basic words in foreign languages like Spanish and French while you w...
A team of researchers at MIT working in collaboration with the University of California has created a digital display tech that can automatically adjust for vision issues, thus eliminating the need for glasses or contacts. The display technology is in reality a variation on glasses-free 3D which meets expectations not just by displaying diverse images to both the eyes, but by sending marginally distinctive images to distinctive parts of each pupil, thus recreating an image that appears right in front of the focal distance. You can ...