#106 - Animal Speech, AI Pilot, Wrongful Arrest, Redesigning Streets
Our 106th episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news!
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(01: 32) Can artificial intelligence really help us talk to the animals?
(06:13) How rangers are using AI to help protect India’s tigers
(09:13) Meta Starts Testing Its Latest AI Chatbot, BlenderBot 3
(10:35) AI startup Cerebras celebrated for chip triumph where others tried and failed
(11:35) You can (sort of) generate art like Dall-E with TikTok’s latest filter
(13:10) Open-source rival for OpenAI’s DALL-E runs on your graphics card
(16:00) Wearable AI Sensor Supports Personalized Health Data Processing, Analysis
(20:15) AI pilot can navigate crowded airspace
(24:18) Hyundai announces $400M AI, robotics institute powered by Boston Dynamics
(25:30) In simulation of how water freezes, artificial intelligence breaks the ice
(26:26) New algorithm aces university math course questions
(27:28) The AI-powered swimmer is able to switch between different locomotory gaits adaptively to navigate toward any target location on its own
(28:25) Facial recognition smartwatches to be used to monitor foreign offenders in UK
(32:30) Man Sues City of Chicago, Claiming Its AI Wrongly Imprisoned Him
(35:35) AI Contractors Eyeing Bigger Role Backed by Chips Bill Funds
(37:26) China drafts rules on use of self-driving vehicles for public transport
(38:30) Baidu's robotaxis don't need any human staff in these parts of China
(39:35) U.S. appeals court says artificial intelligence can’t be patent inventor
(41:45) Robot Repeatedly Rearranges Remnants In The Round
(44:20) Think Your Street Needs a Redesign? Ask an AI
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