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Your Daily AI Research tl;dr - 2022-07-28 🧠

Your Daily AI Research tl;dr - 2022-07-28 🧠
By Louis Bouchard • Issue #30 • View online

Welcome to your official daily AI research tl;dr (often with code and news) for AI professionals where I share the most exciting papers I find daily, along with a one-liner summary to help you quickly determine if the article (and code) is worth investigating.
1️⃣ Audio-driven Neural Gesture Reenactment with Video Motion Graphs
A method that reenacts a high-quality video with gestures matching a target speech audio from a video & audio source, splitting and re-assembling clips from a reference video through a novel video motion graph encoding valid transitions between clips.
2️⃣ Neural Generation Meets Real People: Building a Social, Informative Open-Domain Dialogue Agent
“We present Chirpy Cardinal, an open-domain social chatbot. Aiming to be both informative and conversational, our bot chats with users in an authentic, emotionally intelligent way.”
🆕 Building AI models on mobile? This may be for you!
PyTorch open-sourced the PlayTorch app to streamline the development of mobile AI experiences.
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