The Bits e-newsletter will hold you updated on the latest from Silicon Valley and the technology business. GANs have been put to use creating real looking-sounding speech and photorealistic pretend imagery. In one compelling instance, researchers from chipmaker Nvidia primed a GAN with movie star photographs to create hundreds of credible faces of people that don’t exist. Another research group made not-unconvincing faux work that appear to be the works of van Gogh. Pushed further, GANs can reimagine photographs in different methods—making a sunny road appear snowy, or turning horses into zebras.
Joe agreed to try. He recorded a number of hundred sentences after which, realising the magnitude of the task, stopped for a number of days. This was my last week of freedom and I had a number of stuff to do, folks to see, life to stay (and steaks to eat),” he wrote to me. Two days earlier… Read More