For some time, we’ve been training computers to watch videos and predict corresponding sounds in our physical world.
For example, what sound is generated when a wooden drumstick taps a couch? A pile of leaves? A glass windowpane? The focus of this research, underway at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), is to help systems understand how objects interact with each other in the physical realm. Numerous projects are now underway to make it easier to automatically generate voices, videos and even storylines.
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