Tag : generative adversarial networks

AI/ML

The real promise of synthetic data

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Each year, the world generates more data than the previous year. In 2020 alone, an estimated 59 zettabytes of data will be “created, captured, copied,...
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Rewriting the rules of machine-generated art

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Horses don’t normally wear hats, and deep generative models, or GANs, don’t normally follow rules laid out by human programmers. But a new tool developed...
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Rewriting the rules of machine-generated art

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Horses don’t normally wear hats, and deep generative models, or GANs, don’t normally follow rules laid out by human programmers. But a new tool developed...
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Visualizing an AI model’s blind spots

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Anyone who has spent time on social media has probably noticed that GANs, or generative adversarial networks, have become remarkably good at drawing faces. They...
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Materials Day talks examine the promises and challenges of AI and machine learning

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The promises and challenges of artificial intelligence and machine learning highlighted the Oct. 9 MIT Materials Day Symposium, with presentations on new ways of forming...
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What makes an image memorable? Ask a computer

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From the “Mona Lisa” to the “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” some images linger in the mind long after others have faded. Ask an artist...
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What makes an image memorable? Ask a computer scientist

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From the “Mona Lisa” to the “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” some images linger in the mind long after others have faded. Ask an artist...
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Q&A: Phillip Isola on the art and science of generative models

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If you’ve ever wondered what a loaf of bread would look like as a cat, edges2cats is for you. The program that turns sketches into images of cats...

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