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Neural Nets Give Low-End Phone Pics DSLR Look
Researchers have found a way to use neural networks to create DSLR-quality photos from snapshots taken with low-end smartphones. A team of scientists at the ETH Zurich Computer Vision Lab recently published a paper describing a deep learning approach that uses neural networks to translate photos taken by cameras with limited capabilities into DSLR-quality photos automatically. “We tackle this problem by introducing a weakly supervised photo enhancer — a novel image-to-image GAN-based architecture,” they wrote.