Machine learning algorithms developed to artificially generate realistic whole-body images of people

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Technology creates high-resolution 1024 x 1024 moving images of models against a white background

Researchers at a Japanese startup have developed machine learning algorithms that can create realistic whole-body images of artificially created people. DataGrid is a spin-out from Japan's Kyoto...

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