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F for Fake

F for Fake

F for Fake. No, not the 1973 Orson Welles movie by the same name, but rather deepfakes - one of the scarier AI derivative technologies. Samsung's "Few-Shot Adversarial Learning" models could render a video of you from a single profile photo. Researchers at Samsung's Moscow-based AI research center have developed a "deep convolutional network" capable … Continue reading F for Fake

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Amazon’s Autonomous Robotics Acquisition: Canvas Technology

Amazon’s Autonomous Robotics Acquisition: Canvas Technology

Last week Amazon acquired Canvas Technology, an autonomous robotics company designed to automate fulfillment centers. This is Amazon's second acquisition of a robotics company deployed in fulfillment centers. The first was Amazon's March 2012 $775 million acquisition of Kiva Systems, which we had an opportunity to interact with last year in Boston. Amazon reportedly acquired … Continue reading Amazon’s Autonomous Robotics Acquisition: Canvas Technology