BRITTANY HILLEN, DPREVIEW:
Neural networks have become an increasingly promising way to automate the restoration of damaged and/or low-resolution images. Some of these systems are publicly available, such as Let's Enhance, while others are being demonstrated through published research projects. The latest example of such technology is called Deep Image Prior, but it deviates from the norm. Rather than being pre-trained with a data set, Deep Image Prior recreates an image using the image itself as a guide.
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