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Meta Introduces "Human-Like" AI Model for Image Completion

Unlike existing generative AI models, this new development of Meta, AI known as I-JEPA uses background knowledge about the world to fill in missing parts of images using a human-like reasoning approach. This methodology, pioneered by Meta's top AI scientist Yann LeCun, helps the technology avoid common errors in AI-generated images, such as unrealistic features. By giving researchers access to this AI model, Meta aims to encourage innovation… read-more

Thu, 15 Jun 2023 - 09:02 AM / by Taniya Thappa

Tags: meta, AI, image completion

Courtesy: Indian Express

Supreme Court AI

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SC To Use AI For Live Transcription Hearing

At a first, the Supreme Court used Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technology to transcribe its proceedings. On February 21, the Top Court started live transcription service of a court hearing for a trial during the hearing of a case of Maharashtra political crisis. The service was used in the courtroom of CJI DY Chandrachud. AI has been a transforming process powered by Natural Language Processing.

Wed, 22 Feb 2023 - 11:42 AM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: AI, Supreme Court, CJI DY Chandrachud, Indian Hearing, Maharashtra Crisis

Courtesy: India Today

Representational Image of AI-powered Ankle Exoskeleton Assistance

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Scientists Create AI-Powered Ankle To Walk Faster Burning Less Energy

The Stanford University professionals have developed an Artificial Intelligence-powered ankle exoskeleton assistance to help individuals walk faster while burning less energy. The participants in the trial using this gadget walked 42% faster than the normal. Equipped with mobility technology, the device lifts up the heel when the subject is about to take a step, thereby reducing energy. Mechanized for the elderly/disabled, the device is in… read-more

Sat, 24 Apr 2021 - 06:40 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Stanford University, Technology, walk faster, ankle exoskeleton assistance, AI

Courtesy: The Next Web



Netradyne Collaborates With 'Drive Smart Drive Safe' To Minimise Road Accidents

Tech startup 'Netradyne' has combined with a nonprofit organisation 'Drive Smart Drive Safe' (D2S) in-order to curb road accidents in the country. The associations are eyeing to halve the accidents by using AI solutions. Reportedly, the tech firm will assess and analyse D2S' field trial data and handover the interpreted findings to the government. Earlier, both organisations completed a 3500-km rally as part of the national road safety month… read-more

Sun, 28 Mar 2021 - 07:19 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: AI, Road accident, India, Technology, Road transport and highways

Courtesy: The Economic Times