Viktor Goltvyanytsya, director, Objective-c, Python and AS3 developer.
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Google announces TensorFlow Lite developer preview, bringing artificial intelligence capabilities to mobile and embedded devices
Google has announced the developer preview for TensorFlow Lite, a version of Google’s TensorFlow open source library primarily used for machine learning applications. TensorFlow Lite was first announced by Dave Burke, VP of engineering of Android during Google I/O 2017 Image: Tech2 The idea was to allow developers to create applications that would use on-device machine learning capabilities the same way as Google does with Android. However, TensorFlow Lite has been designed to be...
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New algorithm "enhances" low-res photos till they are tack sharp in hi-res
New algorithm “enhances” low-res photos till they are tack sharp in hi-res November 1, 2017 by Dunja Djudjic 11 Comments The scientists of Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany have developed a new algorithm. It enhances low-res images so that they miraculously become hi-res and sharp. It only needs a single low-resolution input, and it will increase its resolution while retaining the realistic textures and details. According to the paper , the existing algorithms don’t...
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Google's new browser experiment lets you learn about basic AI
Just how does machine learning work? You’ve probably read a primer or two on the subject, but often the best way to understand a thing is to try it out for yourself. With that in mind, check out this little in-browser experiment from Google named Teachable Machine . It’s a perfect two-minute summary of what a lot of modern AI can — and more importantly can’t — do. Teachable Machine lets you use your webcam to train an extremely basic AI program. Just hit the “train...
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