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VANRATH Tech Roundup - 25 March 2022

  • Publish Date: Posted about 2 months ago
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Reddit weighs new video feature with 'reactions' for use in its online discussions

Reddit is exploring the idea of bringing more user-generated video content to its online discussion forums, the company has confirmed.

NASA announces plans to develop second Moon lander, alongside SpaceX’s Starship

NASA announced plans to develop a second human lunar lander for its Artemis program, the agency’s major spaceflight initiative to send humans back to the Moon.

Microsoft improves its AI translations with Z-Code

Microsoft announced an update to its translation services that, thanks to new machine learning techniques, promises significantly improved translations between a large number of language pairs.

Doritos launches augmented reality summer campaign

Doritos has launched its ‘Make Your Play’ platform, a campaign aimed at encouraging music fans to return to events this summer as social distancing restrictions continue to ease. The campaign will utilise augmented reality (AR) technology developed by Poplar Studio and 8th Wall on interactive posters throughout the UK.

Supercomputer to train 176-billion-parameter open-source AI language model

BigScience – a team made up of roughly a thousand developers around the world – has started training its 176-billion-parameter open-source AI language model in a bid to advance research into natural language processing (NLP).