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AIhub monthly digest: May 2022 โ€“ RoboCup virtual, neural collapse, and human-AI collaboration

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Welcome to our May 2022 monthly digest, where you can catch up with any AIhub stories you may have missed, get the low-down on recent events, and much more. This month, we chat to our latest new voice in AI, interview an award winner, hear about the RoboCup virtual humanoid competition, and check out a music video created with the help of AI. In our latest episode of New voices in AI, we caught up with Nicolo' Brandizzi who told us about his work on human-AI collaboration. You can find all episodes in the series here. We're pleased to announce that we will be giving a tutorial on Science communication for AI researchers at IJCAI-ECAI 2022.


Normative biometry of the fetal brain using magnetic resonance imaging

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The fetal brain shows accelerated growth in the latter half of gestation, and these changes can be captured by 2D and 3D biometry measurements. A total of 127 MRI examinations (1.5 T) of fetuses with a normal brain appearance (21โ€“38 gestational weeks) were included in this study. Centiles were constructed for each measurement. All participants were invited for developmental follow-up. All 2D and 3D measurements, except for atrial diameter, showed a significant positive correlation with gestational age.


How AI & Machine Learning are Changing MFA?

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The multi-factor authentication market is experiencing new dynamics. For the last 15 years, strong authentication was not a top of mind concern for organizations and was mainly based on hardware tokens generating one-time passwords (OTPs), a temporary 6 or 8 digit password. The user was required to first generate an OTP on his token and then copy/paste it into his online portal. It has been pretty much about two-factor authentication: "something you know" and "something you have." Later on, in 2013, Apple released its first integrated mobile biometry solution: TouchID, adding a new factor to the authentication process related to "something you are."