AI to bring dead back to life with human replicas

Callum Hoare | 1 September, 2018 | dailystar.co.uk

A model has been created by computer scientist Supasorn Suwajanakorn that allows for the generation of a real-life replica of any human being– dead or alive.

The technology uses existing photos or videos to sew together a 3D model of their face. The more content provided allows for a better reconstruction, but it can be achieved with only a few.

Video footage shows how the technology will allow for people to speak to their passed loved ones, or even create inspiring speeches from well-known authors and lecturers.

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“We’re going to begin to change our brains…”

TEDx Talks | Published 8/29/17 | YouTube.com

A look into current and near-future biotech by, for and of the brain

TEDx talk“…Brain chips can be inserted into the brain and they are wireless... Spinal injuries can be healed... Humans will have brain chips... Alzheimers, Parkinsons, paralyzed people will want these chips... A chip in one person’s brain will teach a person with a chip in theirs...

“We will communicate without talking. Brain to internet. We won’t know the difference between our own memory and the memory of someone else. Knowledge will be commoditized... All of us will have infinite access to information. We will be connected to everything….”

 

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This study centers on how computer-based decision procedures, under the broad umbrella of artificial intelligence (AI), can assist in improving health and health care.

Although advanced statistics and machine learning provide the foundation for AI, there are currently revolutionary advances underway in the sub-field of neural networks. This has created tremendous excitement in many fields of science, including in medicine and public health. First demonstrations have already emerged showing that deep neural networks can perform as well as the best human clinicians in well-defined diagnostic tasks.

In addition, AI-based tools are already appearing in health-oriented apps that can be employed on handheld, networked devices such as smart phones. Focus of the Study. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, asked JASON to consider how AI will shape the future of public health, community health, and health care delivery.

We focused on technical capabilities, limitations, and applications that can be realized within the next ten years. Some questions raised by this study are: Is the recent level of interest in AI just another period of hype within the cycles of excitement that have arisen around AI? Or would different circumstances this time make people more receptive to embracing the promise of AI applications, particularly related to health? ...

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