Wearable AI system can detect a conversation’s tone

MIT Researchers have developed a wearable system that uses artificial intelligence to predict if a conversation is happy, sad, or neutral based on a person’s speech patterns and vitals. As a participant tells a story, the system can analyze audio, text transcriptions, and physiological signals to determine the overall tone of the story with 83 … Continue reading “Wearable AI system can detect a conversation’s tone”

Building a better Battery with Machine Learning

Battery fires led to the recent recall of nearly 2 million Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, the latest in a series of highly publicized lithium-ion battery failures. Scientists have spent decades searching for a safe alternative to the flammable liquid electrolytes used in lithium-ion batteries. Now Stanford University researchers have identified nearly two-dozen solid electrolytes that … Continue reading “Building a better Battery with Machine Learning”

Explore Machine Learning using Google’s A.I. Experiments (e.g Quick Draw)

Google uses Machine learning i-e Artificial Intelligence in many of its products. Now Google is providing many interesting and Game-like Tools as ” A.I. Experiments” to show the power of machine learning to everyone in fun way. People can Explore machine learning by playing with pictures, language, music, code, and more here. For example, the … Continue reading “Explore Machine Learning using Google’s A.I. Experiments (e.g Quick Draw)”

MIT’s Self-Driving Scooters use same Software System as autonomous Cars and Golf Carts

MIT has developed and tested a self-driving scooter. Let us see about it in this video. At MIT’s 2016 Open House last spring, more than 100 visitors took rides on an autonomous mobility scooter in a trial of software designed by researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the National University of … Continue reading “MIT’s Self-Driving Scooters use same Software System as autonomous Cars and Golf Carts”

Computer is becoming Judge. AI predicts outcomes of Human Rights Trials

Researchers have claimed that an artificial intelligence system has correctly predicted the outcomes of hundreds of cases heard at the European Court of Human Rights The judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) have been predicted to 79% accuracy using an artificial intelligence (AI) method developed by researchers at UCL, the University … Continue reading “Computer is becoming Judge. AI predicts outcomes of Human Rights Trials”