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Elon Musk shares video of massive Model 3 stamping machine

Daily Mail

In a new video posted to Instagram, the electric car-maker has revealed the firm's massive stamping machine, which works in tandem with two robotic arms to swap out the body panels. The new video posted to Instagram reveals the firm's massive stamping machine operating in real time, which works in tandem with two robotic arms to swap out the body panels. The stunning footage released on Instagram shows one of the vehicles on the'body line' as four huge red mechanisms carry out different tasks The new video comes just a week after the Tesla boss admitted the team was in'production hell,' as the company produced just 260 of the targeted 1,500 for the quarter. Last week, Elon Musk revealed the firm is delaying plans to unveil its electric truck to boost battery production for Puerto Rico and focus on the Model 3.


Computer Vision, Video Trends & more

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It's all about technology, it's all about women and it will be supported by movingimage: The Ada Lovelace Festival in Berlin. Christin has combined her interest in artificial intelligence and her position at movingimage and discusses this all in an interview for the Ada Lovelace Festival, expanding on the way we communicate today and in the future as well as how today's technologies will have to adapt. Instead computer vision will automate processes and trigger certain workflows. Keywords can automatically be generated using face recognition or object detection and the video can be processed based on that, allowing us to produce even more data.


Elon Musk shares video of Tesla's assembly robot in action

Daily Mail

The stunning footage released on Instagram shows one of the vehicles on the'body line' as four huge red mechanisms carry out different tasks The first models of the 35,000 (£27,000) electric vehicle begin production this week. Last week, Elon Musk revealed the firm is delaying plans to unveil its electric truck to boost battery production for Puerto Rico and focus on the Model 3. 'Diverting resources to fix Model 3 bottlenecks & increase battery production for Puerto Rico & other affected areas.' Tesla said on Monday its deliveries rose 4.5 percent in the third quarter from the prior-year period, but said'production bottlenecks' had left the company behind its planned ramp-up for the new Model 3 It had targeted 1,500 sedans in the quarter and to take production to 5,000 a week by the end of the year.


What do your Instagram snaps say about your personality?

Daily Mail

According to the studies, people who flood social media with pictures of their partner could be insecure, while those who favour a Valencia filter on their snaps are popular. Valencia is your fail-safe filter: You're popular Harvard University and the University of Vermont found users who post bluer, greyer and darker images may be suffering from depression. Using machine learning tools, researchers found that those who post bluer, greyer and darker photos on the site, and favour the'Inkwell' filter may be suffering from depression. Your feed is full of photos of your partner: You're insecure Valencia is your fail-safe filter: You're popular You only post gym snaps and photos of your healthy meals: You're a narcissist You pose alone and never have a hair out of place: You're conscientious


Marine Biologist Dives Into Deep Blue Sinkhole In Great Barrier Reef

International Business Times

While diving down between 50 feet and 65 feet, according to Gaskell's post, he found colonies of birdsnest corals and staghorn corals, "both of which were among the biggest and most delicate colonies I've ever seen." The Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef and the largest living structure in the world, bigger than the Great Wall of China, and it can be seen from space. In the case of the underwater sinkhole in the Great Barrier Reef that Gaskell found, the corals in there were "totally unaffected by the cyclone," he wrote on Instagram. According to the marine biologist's Instagram post, "We may very well be the first to ever dive Gaskell's Blue Hole as it was so far offshore and hidden deep within one of the Great Barrier Reef's biggest lagoons."


Tindstagramming is the newest way to be a huge creep

Mashable

In a recent rundown of this dreadful phenomenon, Select All defines it as "The act of sneaking into someone's Instagram DMs after failing to match with them on Tinder," and if you've spent much time swiping left you've no doubt experienced it first hand. But in 2015, the dating app started letting its users link up to their Instagram accounts. And here we are in a chilling new era where our Instagram DMs are open to the masses. You know what happens to men that you swipe left on, on tinder?


How To Build A Charming (And Useful) Chatbot – ThinkGrowth.org

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It started because I was curious about conversational interfaces and natural language processing, but it's turned into more than that. Here are a few I've picked up from my first year with Growthbot: All chatbots are powered by natural language processing (NLP), a type of artificial intelligence. Your average chatbot is less intelligent than your average email service provider. Remember, your chat logs are basically the focus group to end all focus groups.


Amazon has developed an AI fashion designer

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The effort points to ways in which Amazon and other companies could try to improve the tracking of trends in other areas of retail--making recommendations based on products popping up in social-media posts, for instance. For instance, one group of Amazon researchers based in Israel developed machine learning that, by analyzing just a few labels attached to images, can deduce whether a particular look can be considered stylish. An Amazon team at Lab126, a research center based in San Francisco, has developed an algorithm that learns about a particular style of fashion from images, and can then generate new items in similar styles from scratch--essentially, a simple AI fashion designer. The event included mostly academic researchers who are exploring ways for machines to understand fashion trends.


Amazon has developed an AI fashion designer

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The effort points to ways in which Amazon and other companies could try to improve the tracking of trends in other areas of retail--making recommendations based on products popping up in social-media posts, for instance. For instance, one group of Amazon researchers based in Israel developed machine learning that, by analyzing just a few labels attached to images, can deduce whether a particular look can be considered stylish. An Amazon team at Lab126, a research center based in San Francisco, has developed an algorithm that learns about a particular style of fashion from images, and can then generate new items in similar styles from scratch--essentially, a simple AI fashion designer. The event included mostly academic researchers who are exploring ways for machines to understand fashion trends.


SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Rocket Has Completed First Stage Testing For November Launch

International Business Times

The first stage of the Falcon Heavy is made up of three cores that have 27 engines and can create 5.1 million pounds of thrust at liftoff. There are several Falcon Heavy launches on SpaceX's launch manifest for future missions but no dates listed yet. A flight animation of the rocket in use shows the three cores returning to Earth and landing upright, like the Falcon 9 rockets land currently. For all the attempts the Falcon 9 rocket made at landing upright either on one of the company's autonomous drone ships or on land there were certainly times that it did not end in cheers from the control room.