Copenhagen-based startup UIzard Technologies has leveraged the latest developments in the field of machine learning to build a neural network that, once fed with raw screenshots of graphical user interface, proceeds to automatically generate code.
As UIzard founder Tony Beltramelli explains in his research, the novel approach could potentially “end the need for manually-programmed” user interfaces altogether. At present, the method generates code from screenshots with an impressive accuracy of over 77 percent, but the consistency of the algorithm is likely to improve in the future.
Author: JoinIN Team
This app uses artificial intelligence to turn design mockups into source code
Research has found that music can help with worker productivity and mood, but that different types of music can have varying effects on workers' moods. Music with slower beats, like, say, a song by Brian Eno, relaxes anxious workers. Fast paced music, on the other hand, can make workers more alert. Some songs work well for concentration, and others for motivation.
Author: Arsames Qajar
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