EMERGENCY services were called to an electrical fault at the Mortlake Power Station when one of two generating units was extensively damaged.
An Origin Energy spokeswoman said a generating unit at the Mortlake Power Station experienced an electrical fault early on Monday morning.
She said an explosion did not occur.
Machine learning researchers have produced a system that can recreate lifelike motion from just a single frame of a person’s face, opening up the possibility of animating not just photos but also paintings. It’s not perfect, but when it works, it is — like much AI work these days — eerie and fascinating.
The model is documented in a paper published by Samsung AI Center, which you can read here on Arxiv. It’s a new method of applying facial landmarks on a source face — any talking head will do — to the facial data of a target face, making the target face do what the source face does.
This in itself isn’t new — it’s part of the whole synthetic imagery issue confronting the AI world right now (we had an interesting discussion about this recently at our Robotics + AI event in Berkeley). We can already make a face in one video reflect the face in another in terms of what the person is saying or where they’re looking. But most of these models require a considerable amount of data, for instance a minute or two of video to analyze.
Fake Joe Rogan voice https://youtu.be/DWK_iYBl8cA
Cornell University https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.08233
Intel management engine a.k.a the fritz chip. Yes in almost all Intel and AMD CPU's the is a small embedded chip running its own OS that as off about now any hacker, ABC organization and young child with a PC and internet can access anytime the system just has power, not even powered up & has an internet connection.