By isolating sounds, MIT could make robots more aware of their surroundings

Tom Allen
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By isolating sounds, MIT could make robots more aware of their surroundings

The PixelPlayer system could let robots pick out car noises, as well as changing the way that the music industry works

MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed a deep-learning system that can watch (yes, watch - read on) a video of a musical performance and isolate the sounds...

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