Google teaches its Everyday Robots language skills

The company’s researchers want the devices to be able to better respond to human requests. Google is bringing its Everyday robots together large language models to provide them with a greater capacity to assist humans with a spectrum of daily tasks. The idea is to provide the devices with improved responses to requests made in different wordings. The Everyday Robots are being developed by Google’s parent company Alphabet’s experimental division called X. The gadgets were introduced into the company’s offices in 2021 to assist with daily tasks around the workplace…

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Greece seeks to use 3D printing robot to replace Elgin Marbles at British Museum

3D Printing Robot - Image of Elgin Marbles

The suggested strategy is to return the ancient sculptures and to display meticulous replicas instead. A team from the Institute for Digital Archaeology (IDA) in Oxford, England has programmed a 3D printing robot that would be able to produce realistic copies of the Elgin Marbles, Ancient Greek Parthenon sculptures, that the British Museum would be able to display so it can return the originals to their country of origin. The technology has been programmed in a way that the copies would be exceptionally realistic. The British Museum has yet to…

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DALL-E artificial intelligence tool creates art based on typed descriptions

Artificial intelligence tool - Research

The software from the OpenAI research lab in Silicon Valley instantly produces the described image. The DALL-E artificial intelligence tool was first unveiled earlier this year by the Silicon Valley OpenAI research lab. It is considered to be one of the most powerful AI systems in the world for image creation. All a user needs to do is type a description, and DALL-E instantly generates an image in the requested artistic style or in the form of a realistic (or mostly realistic) looking photograph. “It’s incredibly powerful,” said University of…

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Bacardi launches QR code wearable album clothing at Paris Fashion Week

QR Code - Bacardi Rum Bottle

The brand has brought a number of trends together in its apparel-based promotional marketing. Bacardi Rum launched a new QR code apparel promotional campaign just in time for Paris Fashion Week and is bringing together a number of trends to complete its design. The quick response codes were combined with musician partnerships and streetwear collabs. Bacardi worked with producer Boi-1da and streetwear brand NAHMIAS to create a branded apparel line featuring a QR code that can be scanned. Anyone who scans the barcode will be able to listen to music…

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Fitbit introduces new Sleep Animals feature to wearer profiles

Sleep Animals - People Sleeping wearing trackers

The fitness tracker wearers will be assigned a designation based on their typical sleeping patterns. Fitbit has announced that it is adding a new feature to its user profiles, which will include Sleep Animals that will be assigned to users based on their typical sleep cycles. The designation is meant to help people to better understand the type of sleeper they are. The Google-owned fitness tracking company is rolling out an overall profile for sleepers that is aimed at making it easier for people to understand their overnight rest data…

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