Facebook gives peek inside unit studying brain-to-text technology (page 2)

Facebook is banking on the smartphone camera being the most influential and ubiquitous augmented reality platform in the future, and it’s spent a healthy chunk of its F8 developer conference showing the world what this will look like. While virtual game boards and underwater effects are neat, the company is also developing AR features that are more subtle and way more useful. One involves using a mix of the same type of computer vision and artificial intelligence-powered algorithms that place virtual images in a scene to do standard photo effects. So instead of placing a giant whale next to your cereal bowl, the camera emulates a low-aperture photo with a blurred-out background. Onstage at F8, Facebook’s Joaquin Candela, the head of its... Continue reading…

Facebook gives peek inside unit studying brain-to-text technology

SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Wednesday pulled aside the curtain on a secretive unit headed by a former chief of the Pentagon's research arm, disclosing that the social media ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Reuters Technology

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Wed 19 Apr 17 from USA today

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Facebook wants you to use your brain to interact with your computer. Specifically, instead of using something primitive like a screen or a controller, the company is looking into ways ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Engadget

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 During the last keynote at Facebook’s F8 conference, Regina Dugan, leader of the enigmatic “Building 8” frontier research group, explained that an internal team is exploring ...

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