As computer vision researchers, we believe that every pixel can tell a story. However, there seems to be a writer’s block settling into the field when it comes to dealing with large images. Large images are no longer rare—the cameras we carry in our pockets and those orbiting our planet…

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When ChatGPT gives you the right answer to your prompt, does it reason through the request or simply remember the answer from its training data? MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) researchers designed a series of tests to see if AI models “think” or just have good memories.…

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Windows 11’s Start menu is usable, but the All Apps section is a pain to navigate. The list view forces you to scroll down till you find the desired app. However, this could change because Microsoft is testing a “category” view in the All apps section. Windows researcher PhantomOcean3 noticed…

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