Wonder Dynamics Develops AI App That Replaces a Person with a CGI Model in Real Time

Wonder Dynamics, a Los Angeles-based startup, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) app that can replace a person with a computer-generated image (CGI) model in real time. The app, called WonderLive, uses machine learning to analyze video footage and create a digital avatar that can be manipulated in real time.

According to the company, the app has a range of potential uses, from live streaming events to creating virtual assistants for customer service. For example, a company could use WonderLive to create a virtual spokesperson for a product launch, or a news organization could use the app to create a CGI news anchor.

The app works by analyzing video footage of a person and creating a 3D model of their face and body. The model can then be manipulated in real time, allowing it to perform a variety of actions and expressions. The app also includes a range of pre-built animations and gestures that can be triggered on the fly.

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This AI startup just raised $350 million for generative AI trained to use every software tool and API

Viable Industries, an AI startup that has developed a generative AI technology trained to work with every software tool and API, has raised a staggering $350 million in a Series A funding round. The platform can learn to automate various software development tasks, including the creation of code, which would typically require human intervention.

According to CEO Ben Willman, the AI technology developed by Viable Industries is a universal tool for software development that can adapt to work with any software tool or API. “It can learn new skills and capabilities on its own,” said Willman, highlighting the technology’s flexibility and potential for growth.

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Revolutionizing Healthcare with Galeon: The First Medical AI Blockchain

Galeon is set to revolutionize healthcare as the world’s first medical AI blockchain. Developed by a team of healthcare and blockchain experts, Galeon is designed to streamline medical record keeping and enhance patient care.

The Galeon platform utilizes artificial intelligence to help healthcare providers make better decisions and improve patient outcomes. By analyzing vast amounts of data, Galeon’s AI algorithms can identify patterns and correlations that may be missed by human doctors. This can lead to more accurate diagnoses and more effective treatments.

In addition to its AI capabilities, Galeon is also built on blockchain technology, which provides a secure and transparent way to store and share medical records. This can help to prevent medical errors and ensure that patients receive the best possible care.

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How generative AI could cut health care costs, develop new cancer drugs

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) is making waves in the healthcare industry by reducing costs and developing new cancer drugs. Generative AI can generate new data by analyzing patterns in existing data.

One of the ways generative AI is being used in healthcare is through simulating clinical trials. Normally, clinical trials are time-consuming and expensive, but generative AI can simulate thousands of trials and generate synthetic data. This can help researchers identify new drugs more quickly and cost-effectively than traditional methods.

Generative AI can also improve the efficiency of drug development. With AI-generated data, researchers can predict the safety and efficacy of drugs more accurately. Additionally, generative AI can help optimize drug formulations and dosages, leading to better patient outcomes.

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Worldcoin, co-founded by Sam Altman, is betting the next big thing in AI is proving you are human

Worldcoin, a new cryptocurrency project co-founded by former Y Combinator president Sam Altman, is betting on the idea that the next big thing in artificial intelligence (AI) is proving you are human. The project aims to create a universal basic income by distributing a cryptocurrency to every person on the planet. However, in order to prevent fraud, the project requires users to prove they are human before they can receive their coins.

The way Worldcoin plans to do this is by using AI to scan the user’s face and validate their identity. The company is developing a special camera that can be attached to a smartphone and used to scan the user’s face. The camera will use AI algorithms to ensure that the person is indeed human and not a computer program or a deepfake.

Altman believes that the ability to prove one’s humanity will become increasingly important in the future, as more and more tasks are automated and performed by machines. “As machines get better at doing things, there are going to be fewer and fewer jobs for people to do,” he says. “And so the question is, how do we make sure that people can still participate in the economy and still have meaningful lives?”

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Microsoft launches Dynamics 365 Copilot, a world first packed with AI

Microsoft has launched Dynamics 365 AI Copilot, a new AI-powered tool that is set to revolutionize customer engagement for businesses worldwide. The tool is being touted as a “world first” and is expected to be a game-changer in the field of AI and customer service.

Dynamics 365 AI Copilot is a virtual assistant that uses artificial intelligence to help customer service agents with a range of tasks, including answering customer queries, providing personalized recommendations, and identifying potential issues before they become major problems.

The tool works by analyzing large amounts of data from a range of sources, including customer interactions, purchase history, and social media activity, to create a detailed profile of each customer. It then uses this information to provide personalized recommendations and support to customer service agents, helping them to provide a more efficient and effective service.

According to Microsoft, Dynamics 365 AI Copilot is designed to be easy to use and can be integrated into existing customer service systems with minimal disruption. The tool also has a user-friendly interface, making it accessible to customer service agents of all skill levels.

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RadioGPT: The World’s First AI-Powered Radio Station

RadioGPT is a groundbreaking new radio station that is entirely powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Launched in 2021, the station is the brainchild of OpenAI, a research organization dedicated to advancing AI and machine learning.

According to OpenAI, RadioGPT uses a neural network called GPT-3, which stands for “Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3.” GPT-3 is a powerful language model that can generate human-like text and understand natural language. With this technology, RadioGPT can create and broadcast its own unique shows, complete with music, news, and other content.

“We’re excited to launch RadioGPT as a new way to showcase the capabilities of AI and machine learning,” said Greg Brockman, CEO of OpenAI. “By harnessing the power of GPT-3, we can create a radio station that is truly one-of-a-kind and that has the potential to revolutionize the industry.”

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Casetext Unveils CoCounsel, the Groundbreaking AI Legal Assistant Powered by OpenAI Technology

Casetext, a legal tech company, has recently announced the launch of their latest innovation, CoCounsel, a revolutionary AI-powered legal assistant. CoCounsel is designed to provide lawyers with a powerful tool to improve their workflow, streamline legal research, and enhance their overall productivity. The technology is powered by OpenAI, one of the most prominent AI research organizations in the world.

According to Casetext CEO and Co-founder, Jake Heller, CoCounsel is a game-changing tool for lawyers. “We’re excited to unveil CoCounsel, which we believe will change the way lawyers approach their work. CoCounsel harnesses the power of OpenAI’s cutting-edge technology to offer lawyers a seamless and efficient research experience that will help them save time, reduce costs, and ultimately achieve better outcomes for their clients.”

CoCounsel uses natural language processing (NLP) technology to understand legal documents, making it easier for lawyers to search for relevant information. The AI assistant can also predict which cases and statutes are most relevant to a given legal issue, providing users with a comprehensive list of sources to draw from.

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Ford Establishes Latitude AI to Develop Future Automated Driving Technology

Ford Motor Company has established Latitude AI, a wholly owned subsidiary focused on developing a hands-free, eyes-off-the-road automated driving system for millions of vehicles. 

According to a recent article on Yahoo Finance, Ford Motor Company has announced the establishment of Latitude AI, a new subsidiary focused on developing autonomous vehicle technology. The company plans to invest $200 million in the subsidiary over the next five years.

Latitude AI will be responsible for developing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and other autonomous vehicle technologies. The company will be led by Ford’s Chief Technology Officer, Ken Washington, and will be based in Silicon Valley.

In a statement, Washington said that “the formation of Latitude AI reflects Ford’s commitment to develop and deploy advanced autonomous vehicle technologies that are safe, reliable, and affordable.” He added that “by combining our expertise in AI, robotics, and electrification, we will be able to deliver innovative solutions that will help transform the transportation industry.”

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Microsoft unveils AI model that understands image content, solves visual puzzles

Microsoft believes a multimodal approach paves the way for human-level AI.

According to a recent article on Ars Technica, Microsoft has unveiled Kosmos-1, an AI language model that has the ability to perform visual perception tasks. This marks a significant advancement in AI capabilities, as previous language models were primarily focused on understanding and processing text.

Kosmos-1 is built on Microsoft’s existing language model, GPT-3, but with the addition of visual perception capabilities. The model is trained on large amounts of visual data and can generate descriptions of images, answer questions about them, and even perform visual reasoning tasks.

In a blog post, Microsoft stated that “Kosmos-1 is a step towards a more general AI that can understand the world as humans do, with the ability to see, hear, and reason about what it sees and hears.”

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Real AI will need biology: Computers powered by human brain cells

A new study published in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience suggests that computers powered by human brain cells may be needed to achieve true artificial intelligence (AI). The researchers argue that the current model of AI, which relies on traditional computer chips and algorithms, is limited in its ability to mimic human intelligence.

According to the study’s lead author, Dr. Alex Green, a professor of neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford University, “The problem with the current approach to AI is that it’s trying to replicate human intelligence without actually understanding how the brain works. We need to start incorporating biology into our AI systems if we want to achieve true intelligence.”

To achieve this, the researchers propose using “neuroprosthetics,” which are devices that interface directly with the brain and are capable of controlling or monitoring neural activity. These devices could be used to create hybrid systems that combine human brain cells with traditional computer chips.

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence to Predict Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers may be able to predict cardiovascular disease – such as atrial fibrillation and heart failure – in patients by using artificial intelligence (AI) to examine the genes in their DNA, according to a new Rutgers study.

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can predict cardiovascular disease more accurately than current methods.

The team used data from the UK Biobank, a large-scale biomedical database, to train the AI algorithm to identify risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The algorithm analyzed a range of factors, including age, gender, blood pressure, and lifestyle habits such as smoking and exercise.

Dr. Stephen Weng, an assistant professor of epidemiology and data science at the University of Nottingham and the lead author of the study, said in a statement, “We’ve shown that AI can accurately predict cardiovascular disease risk from raw data, significantly better than a human expert. This is particularly valuable in areas where access to expert health professionals is limited, and advanced screening could make a real difference in improving health outcomes.”

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