Researchers from Facebook developed a deep learning AI that can translate any music to music as if it were Mozart, Beethoven, or Bach.
California-based AI startup Relonch AI released deep learning app that enhances photos by AI to imitates artificial light.
Relonch Alfred is currently only available on App Store.
By using cuDNN-accelerated TensorFlow deep learning framework, the researchers trained their model on 31 hours of silently spoken text, which designed to identify subvocalized words from neuromuscular signals.
After that, the neural network tested on 15 people and achieved an accuracy level of 92%.
EA and SEED collaborated to built a self-learning AI that taught itself how to play Battlefield 1 multiplayer.
AR Tech startup ModiFace revealed their deep learning-based live video hair tracking and hair color simulation. They trained their neural networks with 220,000 hair images to make their networks detect hair in each video frame and adjust the coloration of hair in a photorealistic way.
You can try out this new tech at “Hair Color” app on App Store.
Canadian AI startup Lyrebird revealed their first product. Using deep learning framework, the algorithm is able to generate 1,000 sentences in less than half a second.