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    Creating videos of the future

    Published on Nov 29, 2016

    "Creating videos of the future"

    by Adam Conner-Simons
    November 28, 2016

    "Artificial Intelligence Predicts a Picture’s Future"
    Computer program extrapolates video from a single image.

    by Charles Q. Choi
    November 30, 2016

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    Article "This artificial intelligence turns horses into zebras – and winter into summer"

    by Mix
    April 19, 2017

    CycleGAN project

    Software that can generate photos from paintings, turn horses into zebras, perform style transfer, and more.

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    Article "Automatic image retouching on your phone"
    System can apply a range of styles in real-time, so that the viewfinder displays the enhanced image.

    by Larry Hardesty
    August 1, 2017

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    NVIDIA's AI makes amazing slow-mo videos

    Published on Aug 14, 2018

    The paper "Super SloMo: High Quality Estimation of Multiple Intermediate Frames for Video Interpolation" is available here.

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    Robots teaching themselves to see

    Published on Sep 9, 2018

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    Using AI to transform the lives of the blind | Anirudh Koul | TEDxSeattle

    Published on Jan 23, 2019

    Phone apps make everyone’s lives easier, but for members of the blind community, a new seeing AI app transforms how they live and work every day. Anirudh Koul believes that any disability is merely a gap between what we want to do and what we can do, and it’s technology’s role to fill those gaps. Koul points out that we all experience gaps as we age, and his invention gives all hope for a more empowered future. Growing up in India, Anirudh Kuhl was programming computers at a young age and by high school he was captivated by patterns in data—a key component of artificial intelligence. He moved to the United States to study at Carnegie Mellon and after stints at Yahoo and Microsoft, is now an AI researcher with multiple patents. Driven by his desire to help a dear family member, he took on a hackathon challenge at Microsoft and led development of an app that is now helping hundreds of millions of people with disabilities. It literally puts the gift of sight in their hands. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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