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German researchers’ lie-detection AI outperforms humans.

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Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • AI detects lies better than your ex 🤖 🔍

    German researchers’ lie-detection AI outperforms humans.

  • Control bots with your mind (kinda) 🧠 

    Last week, MIT and UCSD researchers unveiled Open-TeleVision.

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AI detects lies better than your ex 🤖 🔍

How can you tell Bot is lying? His lips are moving. 🤖 🫦

What happened?

MIT Researchers trained an AI model on true and false statements. It achieved 67% accuracy in detecting lies. Humans have a 50% success rate.

Why do I care?

AI-based lie detection systems could help us distinguish facts from fake news, evaluate claims, and potentially spot fibs in job applications.

That’s good, right?

Eh. They could also lead to more false accusations, undermine trust in social interactions, and more.

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Control bots with your mind (kinda) 🧠 ✨

Last week, MIT and UCSD researchers unveiled Open-TeleVision. It’s a new remote control system for robots.

Why’d Bot go to therapy? 🛋️ Too many control issues. 😂

What’s Open-TeleVision?

It’s an immersive experience that lets you see through the robot's “eyes” and control its movements.

How does it work?

It uses VR to stream the operator's hand, head, and wrist movements to a server. The data is then used to control the robot's movements in real-time. A camera on the robot's head provides you with 3D visual feedback.

So, what?

This could revolutionize disaster response, telesurgery, space exploration, industrial maintenance and more. It combines human adaptability / problem-solving with robotic capabilities.


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Think Pieces 🧠

Can AI help you avoid getting catfished? Bumble, the dating app, now allows users to report profiles using AI-generated photos or videos.

Startup News 💰

Meta unveiled MobileLLM. It’s a model for smartphones, optimized with under 1 billion parameters, showing comparable performance to larger models.

YouTube’s launched Erase Song. It’s a feature that mutes copyrighted music instead of entire videos.

Research 👨‍🔬

LLaMAX — a model that improves translation in over 100 languages through extensive multilingual training and advanced data techniques.

Tailor3D — rapidly edits and generates customized 3D assets using dual-sided images for precise and efficient 3D object customization.


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