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Facebook AI makes the world see with your eyes .. Learn how

Facebook AI makes the world see with your eyes .. Learn how

According to the Arab Gateway to Technology News, Facebook has collected 2,200 hours of first-person footage from around the world to train next-generation AI models.

This program is called Ego 4D, and it may prove important for the company’s reality lab division, which works on a number of programs that can benefit from trained AI models using video footage captured from a human perspective.

These include Facebook’s Ray-Ban stories released last month and smart glasses like Virtual Reality, which the company has invested heavily in since acquiring Oculus $ 2 billion in 2014.

With smart glasses or Oculus headsets you can teach AI snapshots to understand or identify something in the real world or virtual world where you can see the first person.

The company said in November that it would make the Ego 4D database available to researchers, adding that this publication, which represents an open database and a research challenge, stimulates progress within and outside of us in the education community, and allows other researchers to consider solutions to these new problems in a more meaningful way. Does on a large scale.

Database can be used on AI models used to train technology such as robots. A robot traditionally learns by doing things in the world. There are opportunities for them to learn from our own experience and from video.

Facebook and the consortium of 13 partner universities rely on more than 700 participants in nine countries to capture first-person footage. Use of wardrobe devices such as Cobro cameras and Wujix smart glasses.

Facebook’s university partners include Carnegie Mellon University in the United States, the University of Bristol in the UK, the National University of Singapore, the University of Tokyo in Japan and the International Institute for Information Technology in India.

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These shots were taken in the US, UK, Italy, India, Japan, Singapore and Saudi Arabia. The company said it hopes to expand the program to several countries, including Colombia and Rwanda.

The company is steadily increasing its hardware efforts, releasing $ 299 Ray-Ban stories last month, its first smart glasses.

In July, the company announced it would form a production team to work with Metawares. It is a concept that involves creating digital worlds where many people can live at the same time.

But the news has been accumulating on Facebook for the past one month. These stories came from internal company research leaked by Francis Haque, the company’s former product manager.

In published research, there were slides showing that Instagram can be harmful to the mental health of teenagers.

For privacy, the company said participants were advised to avoid capturing personally identifiable properties when collecting footage indoors.

This includes people’s faces, conversations, tattoos and jewelry. Facebook said it had removed personally identifiable information from videos that had obscured pedestrian faces and vehicle license plate numbers, and had also removed audio from several videos.