MIT develops computer system that independently adds realistic sounds to silent videos

Researchers at MIT have come up with a computer system that without any help adds realistic sounds to mute videos. The technology is nascent, and a step in the direction of automating sound effects for films. In numerous footages of drumsticks, striking things like grass, sidewalks, and metal surfaces, the computer practiced paring a suitable sound effect, like the sound of a drumstick hitting a wooden piece or of rustling leaves. The findings indicate towards the power of deep learning, a kind of artificial intelligence with trendy application in tech circles. After deep learning, a computer system gets trained in recognizing patterns in large piles of data and applies the learnt things in useful ways. In the present case, the MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab researchers captured nearly…


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