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National Geographic, NASA Team Up on Perseverance Rover AR Instagram Experience

Why watch the Perseverance rover on Mars when you can be the Perseverance rover on Mars? National Geographic teamed up with NASA on a new augmented reality experience on Instagram, available via the @natgeo account. Nat Geo said in a statement, "Through this new activation, Instagram users can expect to truly become one with the...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Nasa, Artificial Intelligence, Mars, National Geographic, Nat Geo, Social Pro Daily, National Geographic NASA


Sophia, everyone's favourite humanoid robot, is being prepared for mass production during the pandemic

Sophia has been a regular attendee of conferences around the world. Tyrone Siu/Reuters A Hong Kong robotics firm planned to mass produce an AI robot during the pandemic, Reuters reported. Named Sophia, the robot has been appearing at conferences and speaking to journalists since 2016.  "Don't worry, if you're nice to me, I'll be nice to you," Sophia said in 2017.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Sophia, a talking humanoid robot, is being readied for mass production ...
Tags: Photos, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Jimmy Fallon, Saudi Arabia, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Mexico City, Switzerland, Robot, Philip K Dick, Malta, Kiev, Reuters, Don, Geneva Switzerland


Beverly Hills cops try to weaponize Instagram’s algorithms in failed attempt to thwart live streamers

We don’t know if Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) Sergeant Billy Fair practices Santeria (or owns a crystal ball), but we know he listens to the Sublime song of the same name. We know this because he’s become a viral sensation on Instagram after blasting the 1990’s hit at a citizen in a misguided attempt to get Instagram’s algorithm to take down a live stream due to copyright infringement. Ironically, the officer of the law isn’t very clear on the social media site’s rules. But we’ll get t...
Tags: Startups, Instagram, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Beverly Hills, Neural


Sophia, the talking humanoid robot, is being readied for mass production during the pandemic

Sophia has been a regular attendee of conferences around the world. Tyrone Siu/Reuters A Hong Kong robotics firm planned to mass produce an AI robot during the pandemic, Reuters reported. Named Sophia, the robot has been appearing at conferences and speaking to journalists since 2016.  "Don't worry, if you're nice to me, I'll be nice to you," Sophia said in 2017.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Sophia, a talking humanoid robot, is being readied for mass production ...
Tags: Photos, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Jimmy Fallon, Saudi Arabia, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Mexico City, Switzerland, Robot, Philip K Dick, Malta, Kiev, Reuters, Don, Geneva Switzerland


Finesse raises $4.5M to predict fashion trends with AI

Finesse, a startup promising to take the guesswork and waste out of fashion, is announcing that it has raised $4.5 million in seed and pre-seed funding. Founder and CEO Ramin Ahmari said the tremendous waste in the fashion industry has become a badly-kept secret, with Burberry recently facing a backlash over its practice of burning unwanted products, and the industry as a whole producing an estimated 13 million tons of textile waste each year. Finesse is looking to change that, Ahmari said, in p...
Tags: TC, Twitter, Fashion, Instagram, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Burberry, Kylie Jenner, Alex Roetter, Kylie, Amazon Fashion, Marlon Nichols, Sam Teller, MaC Venture Capital, Ramin Ahmari, Ahmari


Facebook and Instagram’s AI-generated image captions now offer far more details

Every picture posted to Facebook and Instagram gets a caption generated by an image analysis AI, and that AI just got a lot smarter. The improved system should be a treat for visually impaired users, and may help you find your photos faster in the future. Alt text is a field in an image’s metadata that describes its contents: “A person standing in a field with a horse,” or “a dog on a boat.” This lets the image be understood by people who can’t see it. These descriptions are often added manually...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Wtf, Instagram, Tech, Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence, Ava, Captions, Alt Text


Adobe brings over 10,000 design assets to Spark

Adobe is launching an update to its Spark social media design tool today that will bring more than 10,000 new design assets to the service. This update, which follows the launch of animations in Spark in September, also brings a small UI change with it to accommodate this new feature, but for the most part, you can think of design assets as an extension to what a lot of users were already doing with icons in Spark. Image Credits: Adobe “For our users, who are everyday entrepreneurs and market...
Tags: Social, TC, Instagram, Adobe, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Apache Spark, Product Manager, Adobe Creative Cloud, Justin Church, As Church


Facebook Teams Up With Cultural Institutions on Instagram AR Effects

Facebook teamed up with Le Grand Palais, the Palace of Versailles and The Smithsonian to bring parts of the collections of the cultural institutions from France and the U.S. to Instagram users via augmented reality effects. The effects were built using Facebook's Spark AR platform, and they will enable Instagram users to spin the works...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, France, Advertising, Artificial Intelligence, Versailles, Social Pro Daily


Facebook services saw most disruptions in India in first half of 2020

In the first half of 2020, there were 42 instances when Facebook services were disrupted in India, totalling for a total of 38 weeks, 3 days, and 19 hours. Most of these disruptions were in Jammu and Kashmir, followed by West Bengal. This information was revealed as part of Facebook’s transparency report for the first half of 2020. This isn’t a surprising trend, given how trigger happy the Indian government has been with issuing internet shutdown orders — Jammu and Kashmir for instance was subje...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, UK, News, Instagram, India, US, Artificial Intelligence, US Senate, Hate Speech, Delhi, Kashmir, Harmony, Jammu, India Facebook, Internet shutdowns


AI Camera Mistakenly Tracks Referee’s Bald Head Instead of Soccer Ball

As the world starts to slowly cede control of everything to artificial intelligence, there’s bound to be some growing pains. When a Scottish soccer team upgraded their stadium with live-streamed games courtesy of a ball-tracking, AI-powered camera, they failed to realize that, to a computer, a referee with a shaved…Read more...
Tags: Photography, Science, Football, Sports, Artificial Intelligence, Cameras, Soccer, Ai, Pixellot


The Little Black Door app makes luxury wardrobes shareable, resalable, and sustainable

When Lexi Willetts and Marina Pengilly realized they could make as much as £30,000 a year reselling their luxury clothes and accessories online, they resolved to create a solution for modern women who are already well-versed in the behaviors of Instagram and the sharing economy. Their solution, Little Black Door, has just gone live on the iOS store, and allows women to see, style and share their wardrobes with friends and followers. It also connects them to resale platforms, unlocking a vastly m...
Tags: TC, Europe, Fashion, Instagram, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Furniture, Online Sales, Wardrobe, Natural Language Processing, Willetts, Little Black Door, Lexi Willetts, Marina Pengilly, Real Real Depop, Runway Hurr


There’s a way to pick the absolute best images for your content: Apply AI

Kristin Tynski Contributor Share on Twitter Kristin Tynski is co-founder and SVP creative at Fractl, a growth marketing agency that’s helped Fortune 500 companies and boutique businesses earn quality media coverage, backlinks, awareness and authority. Most marketers believe there’s a lot of value in having relevant, engaging images featured in content. But selecting the “right” images for blog posts, social media posts or vide...
Tags: Google, TC, Column, Photography, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Tech, Content Marketing, Fractl, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, SVP, Kristin Tynski, Growth Marketing, Ding Ma Wang


Two-click photo editing? Skylum Luminar teases A.I. photo app

Luminar AI can correct skin or enhance skies instantly
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Photo Editing, LUMINAR, Skylum, Skylum Luminar


Digital imaging pioneer Russell Kirsch dies at 91

Russell Kirsch, whose research going back to the ’50s underlies the entire field of digital imaging, died earlier this week at the age of 91. It’s hard to overstate the impact of his work, which led to the first digitally scanned photo and the creation of what we now think of as pixels. Born to Russian and Hungarian immigrant parents in 1929, Kirsch attended NYU, Harvard and MIT, eventually landing a job at the National Bureau of Standards (later the National Institutes of Science and Technology...
Tags: Photography, Science, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Thomas, Walden, NIST, Kirsch, Russell Kirsch, NYU Harvard, SEAC


Study: Instagram’s algorithm favored Trump over Biden

Conservatives have long accused social media platforms of being politically biased. A new report suggests they might be right — but not in the way they claim. The Tech Transparency Report (TTP) found that Instagram pushed searches about Joe Biden towards negative hashtags about the former vice president, but blocked them for President Trump. The action was apparently triggered by Instagram‘s related hashtags, which direct users to content related to their previous hashtag searches. TTP compared ...
Tags: Startups, Twitter, Politics, Instagram, Social Media, Joe Biden, Artificial Intelligence, Biden, Trump, Neural


Wake up sheeple: AI shows all tourists basically take the same picture

Images shared online have a big impact on how we travel. As documentary photographer Sara Melotti puts it: We are all going to the same places, trying to get similar versions of that same shot because we know it will get us more likes….we go to Instagram-spots! What a sad sad word that is, isn’t it?! Sad as it may be, those photos can reveal a lot about our travel choices, as Facebook‘s AI team recently discovered. The researchers analyzed the influence that online photos and conservation polici...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Instagram, China, Artificial Intelligence, Cuzco Peru, Sara Melotti, Neural


R&D Roundup: Tech giants unveil breakthroughs at computer vision summit

Computer vision summit CVPR has just (virtually) taken place, and like other CV-focused conferences, there are quite a few interesting papers. More than I could possibly write up individually, in fact, so I’ve collected the most promising ones from major companies here. Facebook, Google, Amazon and Microsoft all shared papers at the conference — and others too, I’m sure — but I’m sticking to the big hitters for this column. (If you’re interested in the papers deemed most meritorious ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Ecommerce, Photography, Video, Science, Microsoft, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Facebook Google Amazon, Market Analysis, CVPR, Growth Marketing, Extra Crunch


Instagram’s algorithm prioritizes ‘scantily-clad’ photos, study finds

If your Instagram newsfeed is filled with thirst traps, it might not be solely because you’re a total pervert. According to a new study, the gram’s algorithm makes photos showing skin more likely to appear. Researchers from AlgorithmWatch and the European Data Journalism Network made the discovery by analyzing Instagram newsfeeds, talking to content creators, and studying patents. The team asked 26 volunteers to install a browser add-on that automatically opens their Instagram homepage at regula...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Artificial Intelligence, Neural, European Data Journalism Network


When copyrights make finding video soundtracks hard, this A.I. musician can help

Generate a unique soundtrack of any duration with a few taps
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Music, Trends, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Picsart, Mobile Video Editing


Sony shows off first combination image sensor and AI chip

Sony has developed an interesting new hybrid technology: An image sensor with AI processing system built into the hardware, making it a single integrated system. The benefits and applications for this are potentially enormous as imagery and code continue to merge. The idea is fairly simple in concept. You take a traditional CMOS image sensor like you’d find in any phone or camera today, and stack it on top of a logic chip that’s built not just for pulling pixels off the sensor but for operati...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Sony, Image Sensors, Gpu, XNOR, Sony s Intelligent Vision Sensor


Sony wants to make cameras smarter with an onboard A.I. chip

But the new sensors won't come to consumer devices anytime soon
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Cameras, Sony


Apple iPhone SE Review: A Superb Smartphone for a Humble Price

For $399, this smartphone hits the high notes: speedy, a great camera and a nice screen. Took long enough, didn’t it?
Tags: Iphone, Photography, News, Smartphones, Artificial Intelligence, Cameras, Batteries, Apple Inc, Computers and the Internet, iPhone SE


How this startup built and exited to Twitter in 1,219 days

By the summer of 2016, Marie Outtier had spent eight years as a consultant advising media agencies and martech companies on marketing growth strategy. Pierre-Jean “PJ” Camillieri started as a music software engineer before joining one of Apple’s consumer electronics divisions. Inspired by Siri, he left to start Timista, a smart lifestyle assistant. When the two joined forces to co-found Aiden.ai, the combination was potent — one was a consummate marketer, the other, a specialist in machine le...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, Work, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Instagram, Events, Siri, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Aiden


Restoring the Soul of Business

DATA without soul is harmful. Science, math, and data do not excuse us from thinking. Instead, they make it imperative that we learn to think more critically and combine it with our humanness to come to more measured conclusions. The story we create with the data makes all the difference. Rishad Tobaccowala is the chief growth officer at Publicis Group, a global advertising and communications firm. Flush with data, we risk losing something more valuable: what’s human. Rishad writes in Restoring...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Artificial Intelligence, Rishad, Publicis Group, Rishad Tobaccowala


SXSW Pitch Finalist: LexSet

The LexSet Co-Founders (left to right) CEO Francis Bitonti, President Leslie Oliver Karpas, and COO Azam Khan won $250,000 in Verizon’s Built on 5G Challenge The Forrest Four-Cast: March 3, 2020 LexSet serves AI engineers, especially those with limited resources, with a better way to annotate photos.Computer Vision AI has typically needed vast quantities of well-annotated images to use as data to train the software. Instead of sending images to click farms to be munged into usable data, LexSe...
Tags: Photos, Startups, Verizon, Los Angeles, Startup, Atlanta, Data, Earth, Brooklyn, Silicon Valley, Mars, Seattle, Gpu, Silver Lake, Sxsw, Ideo


Facebook brings its 3D photos feature to users with single-camera phones

Facebook first showed off its 3D photos back in 2018, and shared the technical details behind it a month later. But unless you had one of a handful of phones with dual cameras back then (when they weren’t so common), you couldn’t make your own. Today an update brings 3D photos to those of us still rocking a single camera. In case you don’t remember or haven’t seen one lately, the 3D photos work by analyzing a 2D picture and slicing it into a ton of layers that move separately when you tilt the p...
Tags: Google, Social, Mobile, Facebook, Photography, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, 3d Photos


Google AI will stop assuming your gender and won’t tag you as “man” or “woman” in photos

Google’s AI labels what it sees in your photos, and sometimes it doesn’t really do the best job. Now Google has announced some changes and its Cloud Vision API tool is going gender-neutral. Instead of labeling people in photos as “man” or “woman,” the tool will now play it safe and label them simply as […] The post Google AI will stop assuming your gender and won’t tag you as “man” or “woman” in photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Google, Photography, News, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Google Photos, Google Images


This phone uses AI to stop people from shooting and sharing nudes

Teenage years are a tricky period made almost entirely of rebellious acts and bad decisions. Some of the latter could include taking nude photos and sharing them with the wrong people. But Tone Mobile has a potential solution to this. The Japanese company has launched Tone e20, a cheap phone that uses AI to recognize […] The post This phone uses AI to stop people from shooting and sharing nudes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Selfies, Selfie, Nude Photos, Artificial Intelligence, Nude, Ai, Nudes, Smartphone Photography, Smartphone Camera


Are your social media photos ending up in a law enforcement database?

Facial recognition is an incredibly useful consumer tool for organizing our burgeoning photo albums. Companies like Google and Apple have slowly integrated machine learning algorithms into their consumer photo products, which allow you to search by keywords without the need for manual tagging, or to simply click on a face to see more photos of […] The post Are your social media photos ending up in a law enforcement database? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Apple, Google, Photography, Government, Inspiration, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Facial Recognition, Allen Murabayashi


Jigsaw’s upcoming AI tool helps you identify manipulated photos

Fake news, doctored images, even beauty filters – all of these seem to be more and more common, making it difficult to distinguish truth from lie. But Jigsaw wants to make it easier to debunk all that fakery we see online every day. The Alphabet-owned company has created Assembler, an AI-powered tool that detects image […] The post Jigsaw’s upcoming AI tool helps you identify manipulated photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Artificial Intelligence, Manipulation, Ai, Image Manipulation, Jigsaw, Photo Manipulation, Altered Photo



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