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Nvidia and MIT Created a Photo AI that can Clean up Noisy Photos

[2018-07-10 23:34:58]

Nvidia and MIT have partnered to create a photo AI that can automatically remove noise from images. The system is called Noise2Noise AI and it was trained using 50,000 photos. In their paper, the researchers show that their AI can successfully remove enough noise to make the pictures usable again, with detail and clarity that’s remarkably close to the source images. The AI could likely find use in software for cleaning up noisy photos captured in low-light conditions on phones and cameras, as well as improving astronomical imagery and MRI scanning.

Nvidia and MIT Created a Photo AI that can Clean up Noisy Photos


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