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Dec 7, 2023

What if Humans Are NOT Earth’s First Civilization? | Silurian Hypothesis

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Dec 6, 2023

‘There’s no winning strategy’: the pacy, visually stunning film about the dangers of AI — made by AI

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Is artificial intelligence going to put artists out of a job? Alan Warburton decided to make a film posing that very question – using AI. The result was disturbingly watchable.

Dec 5, 2023

The Connectome Revolution — Episode #1

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Dec 4, 2023

Saudi Arabia’s plan to become the crown prince of gaming

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With avowed ‘massive gamer’ Mohammed bin Salman at the helm, the kingdom’s insatiable appetite and bottomless riches are already remaking the global video game industry.

You could call it the summer that Saudi Arabia swallowed sports.

Dec 2, 2023

Depression Detection with Interdisciplinary AI Framework

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This video is about My Movie.

Nov 27, 2023

Deep Mind’s Student of Games AI system can beat humans at a variety of games

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A team of AI researchers from EquiLibre Technologies, Sony AI, Amii and Midjourney, working with Google’s DeepMind project, has developed an AI system called Student of Games (SoG) that is capable of both beating humans at a variety of games and learning to play new ones. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes the new system and its capabilities.

Over the past half-century, and engineers have developed the idea of machine learning and artificial intelligence, in which human-generated data is used to train computer systems. The technology has applications in a variety of scenarios, one of which is playing board and/or parlor games.

Teaching a computer to play a and then improving its capabilities to the degree that it can beat humans has become a milestone of sorts, demonstrating how far artificial intelligence has developed. In this new study, the research team has taken another step toward artificial general intelligence—in which a computer can carry out tasks deemed superhuman.

Nov 26, 2023

New Naruto fighting game receives backlash for questionable redub, raising eyebrows over potential AI voiceover: “I can guarantee I did not say that line that way”

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Backlash on using AI to redub video game lines.


Naruto’s latest fighting game faces criticism for some questionable voiceover lines, leading to accusations of AI manipulation.

Naruto X Boruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections is the newest brawler based on the hugely popular anime series (which itself adapts the hugely popular manga). Rather than purely adapting one part of the anime, however, Naruto X Boruto skims through almost the entire saga and adapts events already covered in previous games. But when comparing the new game’s dub to those previous entries, fans have been left confused.

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Nov 25, 2023

World’s first all-AMD Linux gaming laptop debuts — Tuxedo Sirius 16 has octa-core Ryzen 7 7840HS Zen 4 and RX 7600M XT Navi 33 GPU

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The Sirius 16 is perhaps the first gaming laptop to ship with Linux, equipped with impressive hardware from AMD’s latest mobile Ryzen CPU and Radeon GPU.

Nov 22, 2023

DeepMind Says New Multi-Game AI Is a Step Toward More General Intelligence

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AI has mastered some of the most complex games known to man, but models are generally tailored to solve specific kinds of challenges. A new DeepMind algorithm that can tackle a much wider variety of games could be a step towards more general AI, its creators say.

Using games as a benchmark for AI has a long pedigree. When IBM’s Deep Blue algorithm beat chess world champion Garry Kasparov in 1997, it was hailed as a milestone for the field. Similarly, when DeepMind’s AlphaGo defeated one of the world’s top Go players, Lee Sedol, in 2016, it led to a flurry of excitement about AI’s potential.

DeepMind built on this success with AlphaZero, a model that mastered a wide variety of games, including chess and shogi. But as impressive as this was, AlphaZero only worked with perfect information games where every detail of the game, other than the opponent’s intentions, is visible to both players. This includes games like Go and chess where both players can always see all the pieces on the board.

Nov 19, 2023

Playing Video Games With Mind Control

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Are gamers paving the way to the future?


The future is now — or so it seems. @perrikaryal is a gamer, Twitch streamer, psychology graduate and a genius with the ability to control games…with her mind! She has mastered the art of doing this with games like Elden Ring, Halo and TrackMania all without using a controller. To do this she uses an EEG (electroencephalogram) that picks up her brain activity, which then translates into pushing buttons on a virtual controller.

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