Robot soccer player
PLUS: GPT-4 Tutorials and demos
Good morning human brains, welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.
Here’s what’s up today:
We’ve got an uncanny robot who can play soccer ⚽
A tool that makes programmers work faster 👨💻
The internet is exploding with GPT-4 demos and tutorials💡
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A robot that plays soccer ⚽
Robot Soccer Player
UCLA engineers have developed a full-sized humanoid robot named ARTEMIS. This bad boy's designed for walking, running and jumping on uneven terrain like it's no biggie.
The robot's key innovation is its custom-designed actuators that behave like biological muscles and are electrically driven.
ARTEMIS shows off its agility.
ARTEMIS is set to showcase its skills in Bordeaux, France, at the 2023 RoboCup, where it will participate in the soccer competition.
Why it matters: ARTEMIS is pushing the boundaries of robotics with its advanced bipedal locomotion and soccer-playing abilities.
Prediction #1: We're going to see a surge of robots in sports, challenging humans to up their game. Robot sports league anyone?
Prediction #2: RoboCup is just the beginning – robot athletes might become the new norm, and not just on the field.
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TOOLS FOR YOUR TOOLBOX
Well, it’s only been a day since the launch of GPT-4 and the internet has already exploded with use cases. From video game design to PowerPoint, the hype is very real.
Much of the hype comes from GPT-4’s new “multi-modal” abilities which let it not only process text but now also images.
Here are some of the most interesting demos and tutorials we’ve seen so far.
Game dev tutorial: create a basic 3D game prototype like Doom using GPT-4.
Programming assistant: use GPT-4 for querying and asking questions on codebases.
Aid for the Blind: GPT-4 integrated into an application that helps blind people navigate by providing text descriptions of photos they take.
One-click lawsuits: DoNotPay is creating an integration with GPT-4 to draft legal documents.
A tutor for your kids: Khan Academy is launching an AI-powered guide to tutor learners and assist teachers.
And that’s just what we know about so far. New integrations are being dropped hourly.
Case-in-point, this leaked demo from Microsoft showing how GPT-4 will soon be directly integrated with PowerPoint:
YOUR DAILY MUNCH 😋
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SemARFlow - Does an AI that knows what trees are drive better? aka Injecting semantics into unsupervised optical flow estimation for autonomous driving.
Fully Decentralized Federated Learning - Can we put AI learning on the blockchain?
3D Shape Assembly - an AI that can assemble your Ikea furniture (maybe).
Stylized - virtual product staging. Generate professional product photos in 15 seconds.
EchoFox - transcribe your WhatsApp voice messages.
Crabo - access chatGPT on telegram as a personality-based chatbot, which can reply in text or voice.
Today's AI-Generated Art Show 🎨
Untitled - @EliLeno
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