A happy union
Test the model with some random data...
Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers and Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment.
Our weekly AI roundup is back from a little summer break, and once again covering bits and pieces from the world of machine learning beyond what's already been reported by Team Register. Eight-billion parameter model trained in under an hour: Nvidia claims it has managed to train the largest-known language model, with 8.3 …
Could be useful in situations mentioned related to law enforcement. If it detects fear in someone pulled over by the police it would be a cue to consider handling the situation differently than if anger or aggression were detected. At least assuming it detects it accurately, which remains to be proven.
It would also be useful to use AGAINST law enforcement - i.e. have a helmet mounted camera facing the officer in addition to the one showing what he sees. That might put a lie to some of the cases where a cop claims he "feared for his life" and that's why he shot an unarmed suspect. If the cops are going to be able to use "evidence" of what the suspect was feeling during an engagement, it is only fair that what a cop feels be entered into evidence as well.
What is authorities and those who blindly support them always say? "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear". So why would they be against having this used on themselves if it is going to be used by them on others?
They also claimed previously it could, apparently, identify people.
I'm sure this is all going to be rolled into Ring at some point so that Alexa can confidently announce: "there is a frightened US congresswoman at your door; I have released the hounds" on the arrival of the postman. The truly frightening thing is that some people will genuinely believe this makes them "safer", without being able to explain precisely why.
Amazon's foray into selling snake oil continues apace, Rekognition can barely recognise people let alone emotions. You might as well measure people's foreheads and the distance between people's eyebrows, which people also did once upon a time to feel safe. For all we know that might be what Rekognition is doing under the hood.
I thought it was pretty obvious. Hader is a good structure match for Cruse, so morphing is pretty easy. You can see it in the mouth and eyes throughout the video. If you need help, pull up a pic of a younger Cruse (if you dare) and pay close attention. This is the best one of these I have seen to date. Totally cool and totally creepy. Glad I'm a nobody!
That process could also apply to people with autism. Having difficultly detecting and understanding emotion in others doesn't make you a psychopath:
a person with a psychopathic personality, which manifests as amoral and antisocial behavior, lack of ability to love or establish meaningful personal relationships, extreme egocentricity, failure to learn from experience, etc.
Or even a sociopath:
a person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is antisocial, often criminal, and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.
We all know what you meant but given how the how the law is being and abused for things like the hositle enviroment were law abiding people are being illegally hounded out of the country, best to nip such misunderstandings in the bud.
When it is termed like that I instinctively think that we are not much more than a bunch of several billion monkeys banging away on keyboards until we get the result that we want.
Perhaps if we all randomly hit the keyboard we might get a newer, improved Complete Works of Shakespeare.
I'd say he does two: ninny out of his depth in a situation that any normal competent person ought to be able to handle, and action idiot performing absurd and pointless stunts in a ridiculous situation. I'm not sure which is less believable or more annoying.
(I confess I have not seen any of the films in which his performance has been praised by critics of some taste and discernment, such as Magnolia. There may be some gems in that pile of crap.)
I’m a frequent consumer of all things Amazon, but I’m not touching Amazon’s IoT push with a 10ft pole.
Amazon has a major Big Brother/1984 thing going on... the government is buying in, I’m buying out. No Amazon device with a camera or microphone will ever be in or around my home.
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