Two Minute Papers explores the paper “International evaluation of an AI system for breast cancer screening” in this video.
By now, you have surely used a video conferencing tool like Teams or Zoom that has automatic background replacement to hide your messy home office from colleagues and customers.
Also by now, you have likely noticed that the technology is still a little rough, or fuzzy, around the edges.
Two Minute Papers explores some revolutionary research that can take this to the next level of believability with a closer look at the paper “Background Matting: The World is Your Green Screen.”
Engadget edited down the NVIDIA GTC 2020 to 10 minutes to capture the highlight and Jensen Huang has a cool looking kitchen.
Real Engineering gets into the technology behind 5G and why it does not cause cancer or COVID-19.
Computerphile takes look at the technology that may help health services to work out how viruses can spread.
Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Manipulating Attributes of Natural Scenes via Hallucination” in the video below.
Applied Science explores a type of optics that defy conventional logic.
Telecentric and hypercentric optics are very different from our eyes or normal camera lenses. They have “negative” perspective or no perspective, respectively, leading to very unusual images. In this video I show how to use a common fresnel lens in the creation of your own telecentric optical system.