The iPhone 8 could include face recognition and a "wraparound" screen design, analyst Timothy Arcuri of Cowen and Company said, according to Business Insider. Arcuri predicts three iPhone models later this year, according to a research note circulated to Cowen and Company clients. The next iPhone 8 is referred to in the note as the "iPhone X." The note says one of the models, the iPhone X, will be a 5.8 inch OLED iPhone 8 with a "wraparound" "fixed flex" screen design with embedded sensors, according to Apple Insider, who also obtained the note. The model is rumored to come with features such as, face recognition.
TL;DR Baidu's TTS system now supports multi-speaker conditioning, and can learn new speakers with very little data (a la LyreBird). I'm really excited about the recent influx of neural-net TTS systems, but all of the them seem to be too slow for real time dialog, or not publicly available, or both. Hoping that one of them gets a high quality open-source implementation soon!
Also, since I happen to have two identical webcams lying around, I adapted the code to also handle concurrent stereoscopic video feeds for the fun of it. It wasn't really meant to be a super rigorous implementation (ie, I used lstm instead of cnn layers), but I still think it had some mildly interesting outcomes. Also, imho the video feed of the loss makes for some fun visual effects.
I had a lot of fun answering. If you're interested in me or the app, please follow us on twitter or insta (@genevievemp and @thetrashapp). If you sent me messages or emails, I'll get back to you as soon as I can. My name is Genevieve Patterson - I'm the Chief Scientist at TRASH, and a PhD in Computer Vision. I've been working on our AI, Otto, for over a year now, and it's getting smarter with every release - here is a blog post about our latest version, and how it collaborates with user inputs.