Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news

Tuesday, December 18

Good morning readers! Here are Chroma’s top picks from today’s tech news. Enjoy the read and follow us for more on our LinkedIn page.

  1. These faces show how far AI image generation has advanced in just four years. Developments in artificial intelligence move at a startling pace — so much so that it’s often difficult to keep track. But one area where progress is as plain as the nose on your AI-generated face is the use of neural networks to create fake images. In brief: we’re getting scarily good at it.

  2. LG’s rollable TV will reportedly be an actual product in 2019. The LG Display rollable TV prototype from CES 2018 is set to go on sale as a consumer product next year, according to a source that spoke to Bloomberg.

  3. Central London in facial recognition trial. Christmas shoppers could have their faces scanned in central London this week as part of a police trial.

  4. The food delivery robot that burst into flames at Berkeley university had the same problem as Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones. An autonomous transport robot used for carrying food to hungry college students went up in flames on Friday at UC Berkeley.

  5. Google is likely to end its efforts to build a censored search engine for China, says report. Google will likely halt its censored search project for China, according to a report by The Intercept on Monday.