Artificially intelligent electric scooters that can slow down or stop when being driven illegally will be rolled out in Tasmania in the first large-scale Australian trial of the technology.In its initial phase the technology will be used to identify different types of paths across Hobart using symbols, road widths and other cues to differentiate between footpaths, bike paths and roads.In its second stage, the technology would sound alerts when riders were exceeding speed limits or riding where they shouldn’t and in its final phase would automatically slow or stop e-scooters if they were being used to break the law.https://www.inkl.com/a/XYRrWGsdRm
Israeli AI-Generated-Video-Chat-Company D-ID, which specializes in creating hyper-real AI avatars, brought Sophia alive using a combination of deep learning algorithms, image processing, and neural networks to animate her still photo. Sophia assists victims of domestic abuse 24/7 – no matter where they are located, and in strict confidentiality – to feel safe and confident enough to take the first steps to get help... Unlike a regular chatbot, Sophia can actually talk to users in seven different languages, making her accessible to populations who are not as literate, and a confidant for victims who don’t feel comfortable sharing their struggles... https://nocamels.com/2023/03/meet-sophia-the-worlds-first-domestic-violence-chatbot/
YOOM is building a brand new mobile platform that will empower people to express themselves with human-centric immersive content right in the palm of their hands. The mobile application is currently in beta, with an official release in 2023... The app will be launching artists into the Metaverse & Web3 with imaginative music videos & immersive concert experiences, pioneering how content is produced and consumed, driving the convergence of digital and physical worlds and supercharging the relationship between teams, athletes and their biggest fans by creating incredible immersive experiences. Check them out today. https://www.yoom.com/ - formerly known as TetaVi.
“Eight seminal AI papers published in the last eight years by researchers at Google Microsoft Meta Platforms, OpenAI and elsewhere provided blueprints for promising technologies, such as ChatGPT and Stable Diffusion, which generate humanlike answers or photorealistic images based on a short description, respectively. Tens of millions of people and businesses have used the products based on those papers, and they have upended major tech companies—something the researchers could barely have imagined a few years ago.”...https://bit.ly/3YChnJp