Watch Panos Periorelles, PM on Cognitive Services team, to learn about the latest advancements in using speech recognition and speech synthesis including how to create your own custom model.
Vinit Jain, a passionate Software Engineer, Entrepreneur, and the Dean of School of AI Pune, imagines several future possibilities with humanoid robots and how it will change our world.
Imagination comes naturally to humans, but how can we create artificial intelligence that can imagine? It turns out that GANs are the key.
As anyone in this space can tell you, data preparation can be a very time consuming and error prone part of the advanced analytics process. In this video, we look at the recently released AML data prep SDK that uses AI and ML to make the data prep process easier and faster. Getting Started docs for the SDK are here https://github.com/Microsoft/MSDataPrepDocs
Could engineering computers to work like our brains could revolutionize technology as we know it? Here’s an neuromorphic computing, an idea that could do just that.
In this video, Siraj Raval explores the rise of AI in China.
From the video description:
The Chinese state run news agency Xinhua recently revealed the first Artificial Intelligence news anchor. They’re now able to generate video of a newscaster using a model trained on real newscaster data and use it to disseminate information 24/7. When I saw this, I knew it was time to start studying China’s role in the AI revolution in-depth. In this video, I’ll cover China’s power structure, generative adversarial networks, its startup scene, Confucianism, the social credit scoring system, algorithmic policing, surveillance, privacy, autonomous weapons, and convolutional neural networks. A lot of different topics to cover, but I hope this video provides a coherent narrative around the use of AI in China and how it plays into the global AI community. Enjoy!
Here is some interesting details on the AI for Accessibility initiative. If you, or someone you know, are building a solution for this community, there is now a unique opportunity to get help, Azure services or funding to support your work.
In this episode of BBC Click, the team goes swinging with Francesco Molinari, chats death with Hollywood actor Sean Bean and explores the latest in robotic surgery
In this video, Two Minute Papers explores the importance of curiosity to generalizable reinforcement learning algorithms.