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AI News Saturday, June 2
- A Whole New View Of The World By Airbus: Part 2 – DEEP AERO DRONES – Medium
- Sooner Or Later This Drone Ambulance Could Save Your Life
- AI researchers developed a privacy-filter to fight facial recognition
- For instance, any of the utility company wants to have a close look of the remote power lines, the Airbus aerial satellites would help pull off data and for the closer look; it might contract with a local company to run a plane or drone flight over the area.
- Lately, Airbus announced its partnership with DroneBase for better results and inspection.
- Airbus has also started mapping the runways at Atlantas Hartsfield-Jackson, the worlds busiest airports.
- Here, the company used Senseflys fixed-wing drone which flies autonomously, capturing images of the ground, and then the results are checked and complied, including 3D maps to show bumps and cracks, and GPS data to locate busted lights.
- In the coming time, drones would be taking up certain projects that would make a great impact, says FAA.
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- According to KQED News, the California Institute of Technology Researchers have designed a 1/5th scale autonomous drone ambulance and hopes to create a car-size rescue pod.
- From past two years, the drone ambulance has been worked on and the final goal is an emergency car that could transport at least one person.
- The California Institute of Technology also announces plans to install sensors inside the drone to monitor a patients vital signals.
- The motive behind the innovation and designing of the self-flying drone is to rescue a single person in areas where first responders cant reach or have trouble reaching.
- Moreover, the AI system will be created to pilot a patient to safety.
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- A team of researchers from the University of Toronto have developed an algorithm that protects images from facial recognition AI.
- What it does: The researchers, Parham Aarabi and Avishek Bose,developed the AI to defend photos from facial recognition, but its not a shield its actually an attack agent.
- How it works: The scientists developed a neural network that uses facial recognition to identify people in images, and then they made one to fool it.
- Basically, the algorithm distorts certain pixels within the image and, while nearly undetectable to humans, this manipulation robs facial recognitionAI of its ability to accurately identify whats in the image.
- Why it matters: This wont protect you from real-time facial recognition that captures your image in public, but it could give you some control over how much data can be gleaned from the pics you put online.
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