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Digital is the new normal, and there’s no going back. Every year, consumers visit, on average, 191 websites or services requiring a user name and password, and the digital footprint is expected to grow exponentially. So much exposure naturally brings added risks like account takeover (ATO). Each year, bad actors... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-05
By Marcel Pividal
Content moderation is the process of screening and monitoring user-generated content online. To provide a safe environment for both users and brands, platforms must moderate content to ensure that it falls within preestablished guidelines of acceptable behavior that are specific to the platform and its audience. When a platform moderates... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-05
By Amit Gupta
Face-off Probability is the National Hockey League’s (NHL) first advanced statistic using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence. It uses real-time Player and Puck Tracking (PPT) data to show viewers which player is likely to win a face-off before the puck is dropped, and provides broadcasters and viewers the opportunity... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-05
By Ryan Gillespie
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Posted by Fitsum Reda and Janne Kontkanen, Google Research Frame interpolation is the process of synthesizing in-between images from a given set of images. The technique is often used for temporal up-sampling to increase the refresh rate of videos or to create slow motion effects. Nowadays, with digital cameras and... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-04
By Google AI
Posted by Srivatsan Krishnan, Student Researcher, and Aleksandra Faust, Senior Staff Research Scientist, Google Research, Brain Team Deep reinforcement learning (RL) continues to make great strides in solving real-world sequential decision-making problems such as balloon navigation, nuclear physics, robotics, and games. Despite its promise, one of its limiting factors is... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-27
By Google AI
Posted by Jeremy Maitin-Shepard and Laramie Leavitt, Software Engineers, Connectomics at GoogleMany exciting contemporary applications of computer science and machine learning (ML) manipulate multidimensional datasets that span a single large coordinate system, for example, weather modeling from atmospheric measurements over a spatial grid or medical imaging predictions from multi-channel image... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-22
By Andrew Helton
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New users can start creating straight away. Lessons learned from deployment and improvements to our safety systems make wider availability possible. Sign up Starting today, we are removing the waitlist for the DALL·E beta so users can sign up and start using it immediately. More than 1.5M users are... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-28
By OpenAI
We’ve trained and are open-sourcing a neural net called Whisper that approaches human level robustness and accuracy on English speech recognition. Read Paper View Code View Model Card Whisper examples: Reveal Transcript Whisper is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) system trained on 680,000 hours of multilingual and multitask supervised... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-21
By Alec Radford
Extend creativity and tell a bigger story with DALL-E images of any size Original outpainting by Emma Catnip Today we’re introducing Outpainting, a new feature which helps users extend their creativity by continuing an image beyond its original borders — adding visual elements in the same style, or taking... Read more
Published on: 2022-08-31
By OpenAI
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South Korea has ordered Do Kwon to surrender his passport, or risk getting it revoked, as the East Asian nation escalates actions against the crypto entrepreneur whose blockchain collapse earlier this year wiped investors’ $40 billion. The South Korean government has given Kwon 14 days to comply with the new... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-06
By Manish Singh
In South Korea, there are about 7.3 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) — defined as firms with less than 250 employees. Their workforces combined make up 83.1% of all corporation employees in the country, totaling about 17.1 million people, according to OECD data. To help meet SMEs’ financial needs... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-06
By Kate Park
Halo Car, a Las Vegas-based startup that combines teleoperations and car sharing, said it will remove the human safety operator from behind the wheel later this year — the last hurdle before its commercial launch. The milestone would mean Halo Car will use humans to remotely control vehicles through public... Read more
Published on: 2022-10-05
By Jaclyn Trop
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By: Rob McDougall, CEO, Upstream Works Contact centers and the customer experience (CX) landscape have dramatically changed in the last few years. Customer expectations for personalized and efficient services have increased and contact centers have witnessed considerable spikes in customer contact volumes. COVID-19 and the great resignation put additional strain... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-28
By Roy Bustos
Uses of Mobile Tech for Supply Chain Management Managing any supply chain involves addressing a range of challenges on a daily basis. When ineffective or inefficient tools and practices are in place, there are significant opportunities for operations to be derailed. This can be disastrous at a time in which... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-27
By Luke Smith
Artificial Intelligence is changing the way businesses operate across industries, sectors, and geographies. Automation software is reducing manual labor in fields from finance to legal, and the ever-increasing amount of data is driving a new wave of business analytics.  One area where these technologies are driving massive change and efficiencies... Read more
Published on: 2022-09-21
By Glenn Hopper
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