Automatic Colorization of Grayscale Images

Research, GeForce, Higher Education / Academia, Image Processing, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 08 2016

Colorization of grayscale images is a simple task for the human imagination. Researchers from the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago and University of Chicago developed a fully automatic image colorization system using deep learning and GPUs.

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Share Your Science: Robots Thinking More Like Humans with Deep Reinforcement Learning

Research, Higher Education / Academia, Image Processing, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Share Your Science

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 07 2016

Pieter Abbeel, Professor at UC Berkeley shares how his Artificial Intelligence lab is using NVIDIA GPUs and deep reinforcement learning to enable a robot to learn on its own.

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Baidu Collaborates with Peel for Voice-Controlled Smart Home Products

News, GTC, Internet / Communications, Internet of Things, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Signal / Audio Processing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 07 2016

With over 150 million users and 10 billion monthly remote commands, Peel will begin using Baidu’s Deep Speech technology in their next-generation voice-enabled products.

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Share Your Science: The Future of Facial Recognition for Video Surveillance

News, Research, Defense, Image Processing, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Share Your Science

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 06 2016

Javier Rodriguez Saeta, CEO of Herta Security, shares how they’re using NVIDIA GPUs to train deep neural networks for pattern recognition to help with security at airports, stadiums and train stations.

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Share Your Science: Real-Time Facial Reenactment of YouTube Videos

Features, Research, CUDA, Facial Recognition, GeForce, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Media & Entertainment, Share Your Science

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 06 2016

Matthias Niessner of Stanford University shares how his team of researchers are using TITAN X GPUs and CUDA to manipulate YouTube videos with real-time facial reenactment that works with any commodity webcam.

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