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Jun 30, 2023

AI can now transform your eye reflections into intricate 3D renderings

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A team describes their new method, NeRF AI. They then test it on Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus music videos, revealing artists’ immersive environments.

Our eyes allow us to see the world, and it all depends on the interplay between light and our eyes.

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Jun 28, 2023

How to get your name engraved on a NASA spacecraft bound for Europa

Posted by in categories: media & arts, space travel

This isn’t the first time NASA has encouraged the public to add their names to objects bound for space, including those aboard Artemis I, as well the Preservation Rover and InSight on their multiple trips to Mars. In 1977, Voyager 1 and 2 both launched with gold-plated phonographic records aboard featuring 90 minutes of music, including a concerto by Bach and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode.”

At the time of writing, over 305,000 people from nearly every nation across the world have already signed the Europa Clipper’s roster, and earthbound participants have until the end of 2023 to enter in their names. Until then, you can also tune into regular livestreams of the Europa Clipper’s construction and assembly.

Jun 27, 2023

These headphones make it possible to listen to music while swimming

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Making headphones that work underwater can be a trivial challenge. Not only do they need to be fully waterproof and easy to control, but they cannot rely solely on Bluetooth — because this wireless technology doesn’t work reliably underwater. In fact, Bluetooth range underwater is reduced from as much as 240 meters (800 feet) to less than 8 cm (3 inches).


I love the power and versatility of my AirPods Pro. And I wear my Shocks OpenRun Pro bone conduction sports headphones when walking, hiking, and cycling because they don’t cut me off from my surroundings. But there’s been a gap in my headphone-wearing needs: swimming.

Not anymore!

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Jun 27, 2023

5 A.I. Tools for Video Editing

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, habitats, media & arts, robotics/AI

I just posted a story and commented that people don’t even know how many AI tools exist. There are many. I can decorate my house without an interior designer, and much more. Here are 5 AI editing tools for video.


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Jun 22, 2023

AI can now predict hit songs with 97% accuracy

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, media & arts, robotics/AI

“A new way for artists, record producers, and streaming services to delight listeners with new music.”

Predicting hit music is no easy feat. Popular music streaming services give people a fresh mixtape of music daily or weekly.

Spotify does this with its “Discover Weekly” feature that gives users a playlist of 30 new songs every Monday. Another subscription-based music service Pandora introduces new music using “Personalized Soundtracks” after an analysis of 450 attributes via its Music Genome Project.

Jun 20, 2023

Lofi Generator

Posted by in categories: business, media & arts, robotics/AI

This week my guest Anne Scherer, a professor of marketing at the University of Zurich who specializes in the psychological and societal impacts that result from the increased automation and digitization of the consumer-company relationship.

In this episode we focus on the details Anne covers in, You and AI, a book she co-authored with Cindry Candrian to bring an accessible understanding of the ways in which AI is shaping our lives. This takes on a tour of topics such as our symbiotic relationship with AI, manipulation, regulation, the proposed 6 month pause on AI development, the business advantages of better data policies around AI, the difference between artificial intelligence and human intelligence, and more.

Find out more about Anne and her book at annescherer.me.

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Jun 19, 2023

AI-Generated Music Is About to Flood Streaming Platforms

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There are already countless songs on Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. And as tunes become easier to create, anyone can add to the copyright din.

Jun 18, 2023

The Drone Jar: Light-Dependent Synth

Posted by in categories: drones, media & arts

The Drone Jar creates sound using three square-wave oscillators which modulate against each other to create dynamic tones. These oscillators alone already open up a wealth of sonic possibilities, but combined with the exciting control method, the Drone Jar becomes an inspiring and exploratory way to create music.

Though the Drone Jar is best suited to dark environments where light can be directed at the inputs, it also creates neat results outside in the sun. Check out the video demonstration, which uses a flashing bike light, to hear the endless potential of this little device!

Jun 17, 2023

Grammy Awards Restrict AI: Only ‘Meaningful’ Human Work Will Be Recognized

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Only “human creators” can be nominated for Grammy Awards, according to new eligibility requirements released Friday by the Recording Academy, as the music industry adds new limitations for songs produced by artificial intelligence.

Any work that features elements created by AI must also feature a “human authorship component” that is “meaningful” in order to be considered for a Grammy Award, according to new requirements released Friday by the Recording Academy.

The Recording Academy previously said it “embraces advances in technology,” adding it wanted to ensure “human creativity and passion is protected.” song created by artificial intelligence must have a “human authorship component” that is “meaningful,” according to new eligibility requirements.

Jun 14, 2023

AI Creates ‘Final Beatles Song’: What Does It Mean For The Future Of Music?

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Explore how AI is revolutionizing the music industry, from creating original songs to altering how we discover and listen to music & even posing questions about copyright.

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