Animal Speech, AI Pilot, Wrongful Arrest, Redesigning Streets
Last Week in AI Podcast #106 - Can AI really help us talk to the animals?, AI pilot can navigate crowded airspace, Man Sues City of Chicago, Claiming Its AI Wrongly Imprisoned Him, and more!
Our 106th episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news!
(01: 32) Can artificial intelligence really help us talk to the animals?
(06:13) How rangers are using AI to help protect India’s tigers
(09:13) Meta Starts Testing Its Latest AI Chatbot, BlenderBot 3
(10:35) AI startup Cerebras celebrated for chip triumph where others tried and failed
(11:35) You can (sort of) generate art like Dall-E with TikTok’s latest filter
(13:10) Open-source rival for OpenAI’s DALL-E runs on your graphics card
(16:00) Wearable AI Sensor Supports Personalized Health Data Processing, Analysis
(20:15) AI pilot can navigate crowded airspace
(24:18) Hyundai announces $400M AI, robotics institute powered by Boston Dynamics
(25:30) In simulation of how water freezes, artificial intelligence breaks the ice
(26:26) New algorithm aces university math course questions
(27:28) The AI-powered swimmer is able to switch between different locomotory gaits adaptively to navigate toward any target location on its own
(28:25) Facial recognition smartwatches to be used to monitor foreign offenders in UK
(32:30) Man Sues City of Chicago, Claiming Its AI Wrongly Imprisoned Him
(35:35) AI Contractors Eyeing Bigger Role Backed by Chips Bill Funds
(37:26) China drafts rules on use of self-driving vehicles for public transport
(38:30) Baidu's robotaxis don't need any human staff in these parts of China
(39:35) U.S. appeals court says artificial intelligence can’t be patent inventor
(41:45) Robot Repeatedly Rearranges Remnants In The Round
(44:20) Think Your Street Needs a Redesign? Ask an AI