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    Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    Can repair irregularly shaped marks/holes, avoids ‘expensive’ post-processing techniques.
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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    I'm always impressed with the research nvidia does in the realms of image processing/manipulation using deep learning/AI - some of the whitepapers are mind bending, but really interesting reads.

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    Yes. Because all humanity needs is another app that creates fakery. Well done Nvidia...

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    Does it work if pieces of clothing are in the way

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    Quote Originally Posted by ohmaheid View Post
    Yes. Because all humanity needs is another app that creates fakery. Well done Nvidia...
    Sometimes "fakery" is better than nothing. Many years ago I worked for an agency that did photo restoration - war era photographs that were water/fire/sun/etc damaged, often completely missing large portions of the original image. With the right training data something like this could turn an hours-long job in to a few seconds with quite decent results

    So yes, very well done Nvidia.

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    what's with her eyes though - that is not realistic IMO and looks like a botched photoshop. Compare left eye (as we look at it) in particular.

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    .......Open CL ....even a HD7850 can pull of such a stunt.

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    I still use Paintshop Pro7, ( was the last good edition before Coral screwed it up). YesI know Photoshop is the nuts but paintshop pro is less complicated , cluttered and is easier to use. Anyway , watching the landscape alterations in the video you can see it's patchy , no different than a rushed clone brush job , sorry , not knocking the research but it's no diffrent than a good graphics proggie can do , probably less.

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    Re: Nvidia shows off AI tech for realistic reconstruction of photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Wozza365 View Post
    Does it work if pieces of clothing are in the way
    *chuckles*

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