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This Neural Network Turns Videos Into 60 FPS!

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. With today’s camera and graphics technology, we can enjoy smooth and creamy videos on our devices that were created with 60 frames per second. I also make each of these videos using 60 frames per second, however, it almost
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Inside a Neural Network – Computerphile

Let’s start talking about convolutional neural networks again A few people have been asking what does the convolutional layers look like So you know, what transformations are happening on these input images, that mean we can do something interesting in terms of machine learning. So, what I’ve done is that
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Neural Networks and Deep Learning: Crash Course AI #3

Hi, I’m Jabril, and welcome to CrashCourse AI! In the supervised learning episode, we taught John Green-bot to learn using a perceptron, a program that imitates one neuron. But our brains make decisions with 100 billion neurons, which have trillions of connections between them! We can actually do a lot
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AI Generated Human Photo Website with API (and it’s FREE)

hello and welcome to red stapler channel this video we are going to show you a very useful service to generate a human photo using AI so you don’t have to worry at all when using it also how to use a free API to dynamically generate photos with JavaScript
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This Neural Network Restores Old Videos

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. In this series, we often discuss a class of techniques by the name image inpainting. Image inpainting methods are capable of filling in missing details from a mostly intact image. You see the legendary PatchMatch algorithm at work here,
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Introducing convolutional neural networks (ML Zero to Hero, part 3)

♪ (music) ♪ Hi, and welcome to episode three of Zero to Hero with TensorFlow. In the previous episode, you saw how to do basic computer vision using a deep neural network that matched the pixels of an image to a label. So an image like this was matched to
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This Neural Network Combines Motion Capture and Physics

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. In this series, we often talk about computer animation and physical simulations, and these episodes are typically about one or the other. You see, it is possible to teach a simulated AI agent to lift weights and jump really
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Recurrent Neural Networks – Ep. 9 (Deep Learning SIMPLIFIED)

What do you do if the patterns in your data change with time? In that case, your best bet is to use a recurrent neural network. This deep learning model has a simple structure with a built-in feedback loop, allowing it to act as a forecasting engine. Let’s take a
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This Neural Network Performs Foveated Rendering

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. As humans, when looking at the world, our eyes and brain does not process the entirety of the image we have in front of us, but plays an interesting trick on us. We can only see fine details in
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