Avec l’intelligence artificielle, l’usurpation d’identité en ligne prend une autre dimension

Le responsable: une application gratuite, FakeApp, téléchargée plus de 100.000 fois selon son développeur. Le logiciel met à profit l’intelligence artificielle et des outils de machine learning accessibles à tous tels que Tensor Flow, de Google, pour recréer une représentation 3D d’un visage à partir de … Plus de details

Video Friday: Waffle Robots, Laser vs. Drone, and TurtleBot Tutorials

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos Image: Fanuc/YouTubeOne of Fanuc’s wafflebots. Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers. We’ll also be posting a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months; here’s what we have so far (send us your events!): International Symposium on Medical Robotics – March 1-3, 2018 – Atlanta, Ga., USA HRI 2018 – March 5-8, 2018 – Chicago, Ill., USA RoboSoft 2018 – April 24-28, 2018 – Livorno, Italy ICARSC 2018 – April 25-27, 2018 – Torres Vedras, Portugal ICRA 2018 – May 21-25, 2018 – Brisbane, Australia Let us know if you have suggestions for next week, and enjoy today’s videos. High-speed breakfast-item manipulation is, for some reason, always satisfying to watch: That was pretty good but doesn’t quite stack up  against this old ABB  pancake robot video, which will always be my favorite: [ Fanuc ] The title of this video is “Laser Dune Buggy vs. Continue reading Video Friday: Waffle Robots, Laser vs. Drone, and TurtleBot Tutorials

Lightweight robots harvest cucumbers

Automation-intensive sectors such as the automotive industry are not the only ones to rely on robots. In more and more agricultural settings, automation systems are superseding strenuous manual labor. Scientists are now developing and testing a dual-arm robot for the automated harvesting of cucumbers. More details

In Super Bowl of Startups, NFL Looks to Tackle Football Safety

The National Football League’s pitch competition features new technologies to promote athlete safety and performance Photo: Tim Bradbury/Getty Images In the world of tech startups, some say it’s best to “fail fast, fail often”—and it’s a mantra that WWE founder Vince McMahon might have had on his mind when he announced last week that he was bringing back the XFL. The gimmicky football league failed spectacularly when it first launched, flaming out in 2001 after only one season, and many are already predicting that McMahon’s 2020 reboot will fail again. There are, however, nine other innovate startups on display this week, any number of which could have far more lasting impacts on the game of football. And in Minneapolis tomorrow, the day before the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles square off in Super Bowl LII, these nine companies will compete across three categories in the National Football League’s third Continue reading In Super Bowl of Startups, NFL Looks to Tackle Football Safety

Remplacer les visages dans des vidéos pornos : c’est possible et ça craint

“Un autre redditor a même créé une appli pour que les gens qui n’ont pas de connaissances particulières en informatique puissent générer de fausses vidéos, à l’aide de l’intelligence artificielle. Tous les outils nécessaires à la confection de ces vidéos sont gratuits, prêt à l’emploi et fournis avec des … Plus de details

Tieto strengthens its Artificial Intelligence capabilities – hires AI scientist Christian Guttmann to lead …

Artificial intelligence is rapidly moving into businesses, and the technology is fundamentally reshaping society. To strengthen and expand its AI capabilities, Tieto has recruited Christian Guttmann, a renowned and world-leading expert in the field of AI. In his new role, Christian drives fast-growing and … More details