Tag: Image-Consumption

Wild Systems

How to Fool a Neural Network

Computers are smart and, thanks to artificial neural networks, they are getting smarter. These networks, modelled after real neurological systems, allow computers to complete complex tasks such as image recognition. Until now, they have been impressively tough to fool. But one group of researchers claims to have found a way to reliably trick these networks into getting it wrong.

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New iPhones Recognize Your Face
Intimate Technology

iPhones Are Happy to See Us

Passcodes are increasingly a thing of the past. Nowadays you can log in to your devices simply using your thumbprint. What if you could do the same by looking into your phone’s camera? According to Apple’s recent press conference, this is precisely how the new iPhone X will work. Will our phones soon greet us like pets happy to see their owners?

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Shazam for Plants app identifies plants helps get to know old nature
Image Consumption

Shazam Your Plant Findings

Are you one of the few left, non-supermarket hunters and gatherers? Is botanic your favorite hobby? Than this new app might be something for you! Pl@ntNet it’s a ‘Shazam for Plants’ to easily identify, explore and share your plant findings.

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Image Consumption

From Bad Selfie to Perfect Portrait

Never take a bad selfie again with Adobe’s latest AI photo editor. The company revealed a glimpse of one of its future mobile applications developed by the artificial intelligence framework, Adobe Sensei. The concept video presents a myriad of promising photo-editing features to create the ultimate portrait: from 3D-facial mapping to automatic portrait masking and style transfers. While these technologies at present are mainly part of experimental research, Adobe suggests that such features might soon be coming to a smartphone near you.

Source: Engadget

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snake with smiley pattern
Manufactured Animals

Meet the Emoji Snake

From pets, landscapes and even ourselves, we love to remake the world to our “needs”. Our best friends are just as carefully designed as the latest piece of technology, think about the genetically modified glowing fish or the tattooed pigs. This time it is the emoji snake, designed to make you smile (wondering if the reptile is cheerful too). A python breeder really managed to create the so-called “Emoji Ball Python” after eight years of trying. This earned him a spot on our peculiar image of the week series.

Source: Iflscience. Image: Inverse

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