Facebook’s AI Bot Learned To Play A Game Cooperativelly

7 December 2019

Facebook’s AI Bot Learned To Play A Game Cooperativelly

In the beginning of this year, researchers from Google DeepMind and Google Brain have published a paper where they propose the game of Hanabi as the newest challenge for AI…

LOGAN: New State-of-the-art Method In GAN Image Generation

5 December 2019

LOGAN: New State-of-the-art Method In GAN Image Generation

Researchers from Google DeepMind introduced LOGAN – a game-theory motivated algorithm, which improves the state-of-the-art in GAN image generation by over 30%. LOGAN, which stands for Latent Optimization for Generative…

OOPS: A New Dataset of Videos With Unintentional Action

4 December 2019

OOPS: A New Dataset of Videos With Unintentional Action

A group of researchers from Columbia University has proposed a new dataset and method for prediction unintentional action in video. In their paper – “Oops Predicting Unintentional Action in Video”,…

How Instagram Uses AI To Fill Fresh Content In Instagram Explore

29 November 2019

How Instagram Uses AI To Fill Fresh Content In Instagram Explore

Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has published an article where they explain the AI behind Instagram’s Explore recommender system. In the article, they explain the challenges and the three major needs…

Neural Network Can Animate Characters In Game Environment

28 November 2019

Neural Network Can Animate Characters In Game Environment

A group of researchers from the University of Edinburgh has trained a neural network to animate game characters. In their paper named “Neural State Machine for Character-Scene Interactions”, they propose…

You Only Watch Once: A New State-of-the-art Neural Network For Action Localization

27 November 2019

You Only Watch Once: A New State-of-the-art Neural Network For Action Localization

Group of researchers from the Technical University of Munich has proposed a new state-of-the-art method for real-time action localization – YOWO (You Only Watch Once). Arguing that previous approaches decouple…

Adversarial Examples Can Improve Image Recognition

27 November 2019

Adversarial Examples Can Improve Image Recognition

Adversarial examples are instances with small, intentional feature perturbations that cause a machine learning model to make a false prediction. A number of methods for generating but also defending from…

Facebook’s AI Generates Game Worlds In A Fantasy Text Game

26 November 2019

Facebook’s AI Generates Game Worlds In A Fantasy Text Game

Procedural generation of game environments and content has a number of advantages among which large amounts of content and randomness for less predictable gameplay. However procedural generation is not an…

MarioNETte: A Neural Network That Changes Person’s Facial Expression

24 November 2019

MarioNETte: A Neural Network That Changes Person’s Facial Expression

A group of researchers from Hyperconnect has proposed MarioNETte – a neural network model that changes the facial expression of a person in an image. Given an input image and…

OpenAI Releases Safety Gym for Reinforcement Learning

23 November 2019

OpenAI Releases Safety Gym for Reinforcement Learning

OpenAI has announced the release of SafetyGym – a set of environments and tools for testing reinforcement learning agents towards safety constraints during training. Considering the deployment and real-world applications…

Facebook’s DeepFovea AI Offers Power-efficient VR Foveated Rendering

22 November 2019

Facebook’s DeepFovea AI Offers Power-efficient VR Foveated Rendering

Researchers from Facebook AI Research (FAIR) have published a new method called DeepFovea, that uses deep learning for foveated rendering in augmented and virtual reality displays. Foveated rendering is a…

Google Announced The Release of BodyPix 2.0 – Real-time Person Segmentation In The Browser

19 November 2019

Google Announced The Release of BodyPix 2.0 – Real-time Person Segmentation In The Browser

Google announced the release of BodyPix 2.0 – an update of Google’s open-source machine learning model for a real-time person and body-part segmentation in the browser. The first version of…

SPICE: New Self-Supervised Method For Sound Pitch Estimation

16 November 2019

SPICE: New Self-Supervised Method For Sound Pitch Estimation

Google researchers have published a novel deep learning-based approach for sound pitch estimation. The novel method is in fact, the first one to be able to perform sound pitch estimation…

Neural Network Learns and Respects Basic Physics Laws

16 November 2019

Neural Network Learns and Respects Basic Physics Laws

A group of researchers from Google Brain, PetCube and Uber has proposed a neural network model that learns and respects laws of physics. In their novel paper – “Hamiltonian Neural…

Researchers Improve State-of-the-Art in Image Recognition By 1% Using New Training Method

14 November 2019

Researchers Improve State-of-the-Art in Image Recognition By 1% Using New Training Method

Researchers from Google Brain and Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a novel training method that improves ImageNet classification accuracy by 1%. The new state-of-the-art image classification model is built using…

Dance-to-music: Researchers Train A Model To Generate Music-Driven Coreography

11 November 2019

Dance-to-music: Researchers Train A Model To Generate Music-Driven Coreography

A group of researchers from the University of California and NVIDIA has published a method for modeling the dance-to-music process of humans. Their model is able to learn how to…

Adversarial T-Shirts: Researchers Designed T-Shirts That Can Fool Object Detectors

10 November 2019

Adversarial T-Shirts: Researchers Designed T-Shirts That Can Fool Object Detectors

Researchers from Northeastern University, MIT and IBM have invented adversarial T-shirts – a form of physical adversarial attack for evading people detectors. In their novel paper, named “Evading Real-Time Person…

Deezer Released Spleeter: A Sound Source Separation Library

7 November 2019

Deezer Released Spleeter: A Sound Source Separation Library

Deezer, the French online music streaming service has announced that it is releasing Spleeter – an open-source library for sound source separation. Sound source separation is an important task in…

Deepfakes Detection Challenge Preview Dataset Was Released

2 November 2019

Deepfakes Detection Challenge Preview Dataset Was Released

The Deepfake Detection Challenge is a competition where participants compete to find the best ways of detecting and preventing manipulated media. This includes mostly images and videos, where the so-called…

DeepMind’s AlphaStar Is Now Better Than 99.8% of Human Players

1 November 2019

DeepMind’s AlphaStar Is Now Better Than 99.8% of Human Players

Deepmind researchers, part of the Deepmind’s AlphaStar team, have announced that their artificial intelligence agents have reached grandmaster level in the popular, real-time strategy game Starcraft II. At the beginning…

PresGANs: Researchers Proposed New Generative Adversarial Network Model

1 November 2019

PresGANs: Researchers Proposed New Generative Adversarial Network Model

A group of researchers from Columbia University, the University of Cambridge and Google DeepMind, has proposed a novel type of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) – Prescribed Generative Adversarial Networks. The…