Google Lens is a powerful AI driven visual search app. Google Lens can tell you what species a flower is just by viewing the flower through your phone’s camera. Read a complicated WiFi password through your phone’s camera and automatically log you into the network. And Offer you reviews and other information about the restaurant or retail store across the street, by you just flashing your camera over the physical place.
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.
The Kitty Hawk Flyer is all-electric aircraft that don’t require a pilot’s license and easy to learn. The official Flyer will be available by the end of the year.
NVIDIA Flow is a realtime fluid simulation. The simulation is based on an adaptive sparse voxel grid, allowing the simulation to focus compute and memory resources around regions of interest, and track shifts in the region of interest over time.
In the new Google Earth you can fly through landmarks and cities like London, Tokyo and Rome in stunning 3D.
AutoDraw is a free web based tool that uses machine learning to turn your clumsy doodling into art. When you doodle something, Artificial Intelligence will recognize the objects you draw and suggest better drawing from a talented artist, and you can also turn off the auto suggestions doodle anyway.
MIT with MOFs from UC Berkeley has built Water harvester That use only sunlight to pull liters of water from low-humidity air over a 12-hour period. The prototype of this Water harvester able to pull 2.8 liters of water at under conditions of 20-30 percent humidity over a 12-hour period.