Two Minute Papers

AI Generative AI

Photos Go In, Reality Comes Out!

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Plenoxels: Radiance Fields without Neural Networks” in this video.

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AI Virtual Reality

New AI Makes You Play Table Tennis In a Virtual World

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “TransPose: Real-time 3D Human Translation and Pose Estimation with Six Inertial Sensors” in this video.

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AI Computer Vision Facial Recognition Research

Microsoft’s AI Understands Humans Despite Never Seeing One

It looks like synthetic data has its day and how! Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Fake It Till You Make It – Face analysis in the wild using synthetic data alone” in the video below.

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AI Generative AI

New AI: Photos Go In, Reality Comes Out!

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “ADOP: Approximate Differentiable One-Pixel Point Rendering” in the following video.

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AI

This AI Learned Physics But Is It Any Good?

Two Minute Papers examines The paper “High-order Differentiable Autoencoder for Nonlinear Model Reduction” in this video.

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AI

This AI Learned Some Crazy Fighting Moves

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Neural Animation Layering for Synthesizing Martial Arts Movements” in the following video. It seems that AI’s uncanny ability to learn knows no bounds.

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AI

AI Stuntman Just Keeps Getting Better

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Learning a family of motor skills from a single motion clip” in the following video.

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AI

NVIDIA’s New Technique: Beautiful Models For Less

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Appearance-Driven Automatic 3D Model Simplification” in the video below.

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AI Natural Language Processing

OpenAI Codex: Just Say What You Want! 🤖

Two Minutes Papers examines the paper “Evaluating Large Language Models Trained on Code” in the following video.

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AI Computer Vision Virtual Reality

This AI Creates Virtual Fingers

Two Minute Papers examins the  paper “ManipNet: Neural Manipulation Synthesis with a Hand-Object Spatial Representation.”

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