Get scared or get excited with these AI projects!
Nov 06, 2017
1. Calling out all singing and dancing robots. Go to the Ball!
If you are a robot your options to go out for
Robots from around the
2. Real or fake?
Can you tell human from
3. How AI sees the world? How
Tesla cars are tested in virtual space?
This is NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showing off the DriveWorks platform for self-driving cars during GTC conference. All Tesla cars shipping today feature the NVIDIA Drive PX 2. See a human-like visualization of the world used by AI for testing and a footage of the NVIDIA BB8 AI car navigating the world.
4. Isaac initiative
If you like what you just saw this will blow your mind! Later this year NVIDIA unveiled another initiative - Isaac. It is an AI-based software platform that let all developers train their virtual robot
Can we all just take a moment to appreciate how cool this
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5. Meet Sophia
This robot named “Sophia” has already made history. It has become the first ever to be granted a full Saudi Arabian citizenship. Watch her speech then she's saying thank you for that.
Some people watching this video for the first time think that a man might be a robot too :-) This is AI specialist David Hanson of Hanson Robotics. And that's the man who created Sophia! Here she's been interviewed (CNBC):
6. Robots debating future of humanity
Did you like Sophia? See her debating about future of humanity! This is something that’s never been done onstage before (tip: Robots start speaking at 4:18).
7. Meet even more robots!
Want more? Meet some Sophia friends from all over the world!
And now answering point 2. That was an actress (here's her Instagram account).
Disappointed? Would you like it was real and robots would get as real as humans? Do you have an idea and the engineering skills to make
Check it out, get your friends on-board, and create something cool!
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