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Science Slam is a science popularization project consisting of brief scientific stand-ups. The task of the scientists is to present their research in the most interesting, dynamic, and rousing manner. Winners were chosen by voting among the audience.
Biometric technology, such as voice recognition, is now being rolled out in banking. At the end of 2020, Russia passed a law enhancing the use of biometrics in the financial sector. However, cybercriminals already know how to fool such identification and gain access to customers’ money using fake audio tracks. How does it happen? What can cybersecurity specialists do about it? And what solutions can ITMO offer? Alexander Kuznetsov, an associate professor at ITMO’s Faculty of Secure Information Technologies, will answer these and many other questions.
Computers can outperform people in many fields – but, it seemed, not in the art of making jokes. ITMO University researchers decided to try and dispute this claim. This year, to celebrate April Fools’ Day they taught GPT-3, the world’s most powerful text-generating algorithm, to make jokes. Now anyone on the internet can test the results of their work.
Ammar Ali, a Master’s student at ITMO’s Information Technology and Programming Faculty, took first place in the American National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) competition where he had to create a model that predicts disturbances in the Earth’s geomagnetic field.
ITMO Professor Creates Platform to Help Bloggers Understand Their Audience, Find Partners and Improve Content
The SoPop.ai platform analyzes a creator’s publications and identifies user reactions to them. It also helps companies search for blogs they can use for advertising purposes. The project makes use of ideas developed by ITMO scientists that focus on using neural networks in working with social media content.
Prof. Aleks Farseev and his colleagues will get access to the GPT-3 neural network that can produce content that blurs the lines between machine and human crafted content. The team will use the new capabilities for improving advertising algorithms in social media.
ITMO researchers together with a colleague from the University of Oulu in Finland created an algorithm for predicting the success of new books. The algorithm's claimed efficacy is based on the analysis of the emotional fluctuations of a literary text.
Scientists at ITMO University have created a system of algorithms that uses data gathered from COVID-19 patients to suggest optimal treatment for every patient. The technology was originally developed for the treatment of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, but, given the current events, the system was taught to help COVID-19 patients. The algorithms are based on Russian and international clinical protocols.
How do human behavior and social media profiles change? What can our Facebook or VK accounts say to artificial intelligence developers? How can data from our profiles be used for various algorithms? Andrey Filchenkov, PhD, the head of ITMO University’s Machine Learning Lab, answers these questions in an ITMO.NEWS article.
It’s Like Seeing Your Baby Walk: Founders of Specvideoanalytika Startup on Development of Automated Vehicle Pass Systems
The startup by ITMO staff members that focuses on the development of smart systems that control the access of cars to restricted areas has become a Skolkovo resident. The project’s founders speak about their first clients in Moscow,difficulties, achievements, and the path towards self-sufficiency.