Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will now automatically roll back updates when it detects incompatibility issues that lead to startup failures. But only when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful.
A UK based startup, Memrise, uses machine learning AI to its app to personalize teaching method to each users.
By using machine learning, the system knows what you already know. Using that information, the system helps you to memorize characters, vocabulary, and phrases.
The app is now available with 20 language courses, which includes: Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Turkish.
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.
New York-based AI startup RADiCAL made 3D motion capture app that works without any additional hardware.
They uses AI algorithm to process the video to detect what’s there, represent human movement in 3D space and even reconstruct what the camera can’t see.
The company opened public beta program recently. Check it out here.
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.