Udacity’s AI generates lecture videos from audio narration

Producing content for Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) platforms like Coursera and EdX might be academically rewarding (and potentially lucrative), but it’s time-consuming — particularly where videos are involved. Professional-level lecture clips require not only a veritable studio’s worth of equipment, but significant resources to transfer, edit, and upload footage …

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AI Weekly: AI developers need to check themselves

The AI industry seems to follow a version of Newton’s law: For every positive use case, there’s an equally negative one. Last week, a developer published — and subsequently pulled — DeepNude, an app that leveraged AI trained on thousands of pictures of nude bodies to swap women’s clothing for …

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