Conversing with chatbots—Artificial Intelligence research keeps it more ‘human’
DiPaola’s team showcased its work at a major AI conference—NeurIPS 2019— in Vancouver this past week.
Digital art work “Pareidolia” by Steve DiPaola at the Surrey Art Gallery
The art show is new to the gallery lobby, along with Pareidolia, a “psychedelically inspired digital portrait of Surrey Art Gallery’s physical space” created by Steve DiPaola.
‘Cutting-edge’ virtual reality showcased at SFU Surrey
Immersive Environments Spring Showcase featured fourth-year student work
Vancouver researchers use A.I. to preserve emotional impact of blurred faces in news footage
A team of Vancouver researchers is exploring the use of artificial intelligence to obscure the identity of journalistic sources in news broadcasts and virtual reality reporting.
‘Blurred face’ news anonymity gets an artificial intelligence spin
A research team from SFU’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) has come up with a way to replace the use of ‘blurring’ faces in news reports when anonymity is needed.
Dr. DiPaola keynotes the Computational Aesthetics Conf. (ACM)
Dr. DiPaola keynotes the Computational Aesthetics Conference (ACM) -- Expressive 2018, Victoria, BC. on " Artificial Intelligence techniques for cognitively simulation a creative painter".
Turner passes PhD thesis: AI agents in deep contemplation
Turner passes PhD thesis: how to measure AI agents in deep contemplation
Research paper award for our AI empathy paper – at major AI Conf
iVizLab Researchers win best paper at Human Level AI conf (Prague)