Nvidia's new effect adjusts the eyes of the speaker to reproduce eye contact with the camera. This is achieved using the AI horsepower in Nvidia’s GPUs to estimate and align gaze precisely
Rather than people having to learn how to work with computers, generative AI-based computers will increasingly be learning how to work with humans
As the floundering economy continues to hopscotch around broken supply chains and the worsening cybersecurity breakdowns, businesses and analysts alike are sharpening their focus on what lies ahead. TechNewsWorld spoke with IT executives to gather predictions for what 2023 holds.
VALL-E can be used to synthesize high-quality personalized speech with only a three-second enrollment recording of a speaker as an acoustic prompt. The model of the voice can then be used for text-to-speech applications
Much of the interesting drama at CES happens off the floor by firms that aren't directly participating in the show. That was true again this year when Lenovo and Nvidia stood out from their peers by aggressively moving in a variety of directions and showcasing a depth of products that were largely u...
Some of the new tech from CES 2023 helps people have fun, keep track of stuff, or improve personal spaces. These three new items check those boxes, and you might wonder why somebody did not think of them sooner
Isaac Sim enables roboticists to import the robot model of their choice and build realistic environments to validate a robot's physical design and fully exercise its software stack to ensure performance
It's the beginning of a new year, and economically we are in a bit of trouble. But some amazing technologies are coming to market this year that I look forward to seeing
Microsoft has announced a hands-on preview for the commercial customers of its new Teams Premium product designed to make meetings more personal, intelligent, and secure
Qualcomm last week announced its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The significant improvement is enhanced AI that will operate behind the scenes to improve the user experience significantly on phones
Schools are spending a flood of money on security products. Still, a new report says not enough thought is given to how those products can be leveraged to better respond to violent events
Applying artificial intelligence to medical images can benefit physicians and patients, but developing the tools to do it can be challenging. Google says its new Medical Imaging Suite is ready to meet that challenge.
A company that uses artificial intelligence to detect firearms in active shooting settings has been awarded a US$1.25 million grant by the U.S. Air Force to integrate the technology into existing unmanned aerial vehicles
Called Creative Reality Studio, the self-service applications can turn the image of a face into video, complete with speech