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WellSaid aims to make natural-sounding synthetic speech a credible alternative to real humans

WellSaid aims to make natural-sounding synthetic speech a credible alternative to real humans Many things are better said than read, but the best voice tech out there seems to be reserved for virtual assistants, not screen readers or automatically generated audiobooks. WellSaid wants to enable any creator to use quality synthetic speech […]

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DARPA wants to teach and test ‘common sense’ for AI

DARPA wants to teach and test ‘common sense’ for AI It’s a funny thing, AI. It can identify objects in a fraction of a second, imitate the human voice and recommend new music, but most machine “intelligence” lacks the most basic understanding of everyday objects and actions — in other words, common […]

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Machines learn language better by using a deep understanding of words

Machines learn language better by using a deep understanding of words Computer systems are getting quite good at understanding what people say, but they also have some major weak spots. Among them is the fact that they have trouble with words that have multiple or complex meanings. A new system called ELMo […]

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Who’s a good AI? Dog-based data creates a canine machine learning system

Who’s a good AI? Dog-based data creates a canine machine learning system We’ve trained machine learning systems to identify objects, navigate streets and recognize facial expressions, but as difficult as they may be, they don’t even touch the level of sophistication required to simulate, for example, a dog. Well, this project aims […]

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Allen-backed AI2 incubator aims to connect AI startups with world-class talent

Allen-backed AI2 incubator aims to connect AI startups with world-class talent  You can’t swing a cat these days without hitting some incubator or accelerator, or a startup touting its artificial intelligence chops — but for some reason, there are few if any incubators focused just on the AI sector. Seattle’s Allen Institute […]

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