Japan is known for its state-of-the-art technology, and its latest creation is a significant step toward breaking language barriers. A new device named Voice Biz UCDisplay offers live face-to-face translation between Japanese and 11 other languages. Developed by printing company Toppan Inc, the translation tool can be best described as a window-like screen. When two users converse, real-time translations appear as text bubbles on either side of the screen.
People with hearing loss and deaf people communicate in many ways—sign language, lip reading, hearing aids, etc.
In 1984, director James Cameron brought The Terminator to our screens.
Setting up a home theater system can be a time-consuming and daunting task. Fortunately, there is now an option to go wireless. Sony has released their HT-AX7 portable theater system, which features 360 spatial mapping. So, when you turn it on, it's like you're enclosed in a bubble of 3D surround sound. The system itself is small enough to be carried and moved from room to room.
As technology advances, we can acquire answers to different topics in just a few seconds.
Thanks to the upcoming movie, Barbie has been on everyone's mind lately.
Recent experiments with AI generators have highlighted the incredible bias that exists in the technology. Recently, the automotive website Rerev decided to conduct its own test on the stereotypes pushed by AI. To do so, they asked ChatGPT to describe the average owner of 10 popular car brands. Then, they used those descriptions as prompts in Midjourney to generate an image of these car owners.
According to AI, most professionals look like models or actors.
People have been having a lot of fun with AI, particularly with image generators like Midjourney.
Ever since Daniel Craig hung up his hat on his role as James Bond, people have asked the same question: who will be the next 007? While there is no official word on which actor will continue the world-famous franchise, it hasn't stopped people online from submitting their top choices.
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