AI fools humans with fake sound effects - Mashable

The auditory Turing test has been defeated. When MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab researchers showed videos of a drumstick hitting and brushing through various objects, subjects were fooled into believing that the sounds they heard ...

The AI that can outsmart your ears: Software can create artificial sounds so realistic they fool humans - Daily Mail

Using machine learning, AI learned how to recreate the precise sounds of objects being hit with a drumstick after MIT researchers fed thousands of examples. Human subjects had difficulty distinguishing between the algorithm's sounds and real ones - and ...

MIT Researchers Taught An Algorithm to Generate Sound Based on Silent Videos - Motherboard

Hit an object enough times and even an algorithm can tell you what it sounds like. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ...

This computer is selecting sound effects for silent videos that seem so real humans can't tell they're fake - Washington Post

MIT researchers have developed a computer system that independently adds realistic sounds to silent videos. Although the technology is nascent, it's a step toward automating sound effects for movies. In a series of videos of drumsticks striking things ...

MIT's AI passes Turing Test for sound - Robohub

Nearly 70 years after the “Turing Test” was first proposed, the question remains: can we create intelligent machines that exhibit behavior indistinguishable from humans? In December MIT researchers helped develop a system that passed a “visual” Turing ...

Artificial intelligence breaks through a sound barrier - Financial Times

Artificial intelligence has broken through a sound barrier. Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an AI system that “watches” a silent video clip and generates a sound so convincing that most human viewers cannot tell ...

Computers Can Now Generate Sounds To Fool Human Listeners - Popular Science

Think of all the sounds in a movie--drumming hoofbeats, zooming cars, booming thunder, heels clacking down a hall. In movies, Foley artists will often add those sounds in after the filming, creating those noises in a studio. It's a job that requires ...