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Deep Nostalgia AI

Creating family trees in elementary school are a nostalgic experience. Kids ask you all sorts of questions about your ancestors. Mine got a little excited with an AI tool that brought them one step closer to their great grandmother, than a photo. MyHeritage Livestory uses AI technology to create an animated video of your ancestor telling… Continue Reading →

AI Curator

Museum visits are not what it used to be. Safe distance is kept no longer just with the exhibits but also between the limited attendees and even limited curators. But the experience has not deterred. Maybe got a little better, I’d think. Ever looked at an exhibit wondering what the backstory behind the art piece… Continue Reading →

The bravest sentence in human language

What do we do when we are hurt? We are sad. We are angry. We are upset. We hurt back. We internalize the hurt and hurt ourselves more. We do it all but admit we’re hurt. We would expect them to magically ‘know’ and apologizeWe would put on our shining “You can’t touch me” armorWe… Continue Reading →

AI preserving Holocaust stories

3D holograms and #AI are preserving Holocaust survivors’ stories Aaron Elster hid in an attic for two years to escape the Holocaust. Alster died two years back. Not his story. Machine learning and artificial intelligence has created holograms of survivors’ stories that audiences will be able to interact with and question for years to come. The AI… Continue Reading →

Highschool AI projects that got me!

Two school students in India developed the #AI Scarecrow. It can be placed anywhere on the field. It will detect the movement of the animals. If it finds that the intruders are causing harm to the crops cultivated, it emits a siren sound. In an agrarian economy like India, where a large amount of the population depend… Continue Reading →

The power of Rethink

Changing one’s own mind is a revolutionary act. There’s nothing quite as hard as a #Rethink.For the risk of looking inconsistentFor coming across as someone who lacks convictionFor having to question our own identityFor admitting our false beliefsFor conceding our ignorance Adam Grant ‘s book Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know explains why… Continue Reading →

Gender Bias in AI

For years, I fell for the scam of multitasking.I thought I could get more done in less time, if I multitasked. A while back I started realizing the illusion that multitasking is. But I haven’t found a better explanation than that in the bestseller The One Thing. So, can we do more than one thing… Continue Reading →

The scam of multitasking

For years, I fell for the scam of multitasking.I thought I could get more done in less time, if I multitasked. A while back I started realizing the illusion that multitasking is. But I haven’t found a better explanation than that in the bestseller The One Thing. So, can we do more than one thing… Continue Reading →

Of right skills in the wrong place

I have owned a knife set for a while now. Lately I’ve been wondering how the ones I’ve never used might make my life easier. As I research, Youtubersity tells me that I am using a couple of them for the wrong purposes, in the wrong way, with the wrong foods. And I’m wondering if… Continue Reading →

AI for Beauty

“80% of search results for beautiful skin, face, woman don’t include women of color.” Olay decoded this algorithmic bias to change the statistic for the future. The Olay Skin Advisor was the first deep learning application to disrupt the beauty industry. A web-based experience that uses selfies and customer concerns to recommend a personalized skin… Continue Reading →

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