Deepfake nature with Nvidia GauGAN

first_img Post a comment Sci-Tech The very best cosplay we saw at Comic-Con 2019 0 Other tech the company is showing off at Siggraph includes an AR headset that incorporates foveated rendering, a technique which prioritizes rendering quality for the parts of a scene you’re looking at to save processing power. It’s usually used for VR, which is less processing-intensive than AR, because it doesn’t have to worry about overlaying on the real world.And because the Apollo 11 anniversary is such a hot topic that people are creating butter sculptures of the crew, Nvidia’s highlighting its Omniverse platform to put attendees virtually on the moon using its AI pose estimation, a combination of motion capture, AI and its RTX ray-tracing technology. Tagscenter_img Though GauGAN’s output has some artifacts, like weird smearing where it doesn’t seem to be sure of the layering, it can perform advanced operations like adding reflections, that add a more realistic feel to the scenes. Screenshot by Lori Grunin/CNET Nvidia’s GauGAN — one of the company’s technology showcases at the graphics-research-focused Siggraph show this week — is one of the coolest uses for AI in graphics that I’ve seen in a while. Essentially, it lets you paint with smart fills and brushes that are based on real-world images. It starts with an image that it deconstructs into a segmentation map — a breakdown of the image by object types such as sky, grass, mountains and clouds — or you can start from scratch and scribble in the various regions yourself. Then it uses the GAN-based content to fill in each area with the appropriate type of artificially-generated images. You can also apply generated styles based off real paintings.It has the potential to be a huge timesaver for all sorts of designers.GauGAN, which debuted in March and has been publicly available on Nvidia’s web site for about a month, is just the latest in a series of Nvidia’s projects to showcase the company’s Generalized Adversarial Network-focused AI research, which include its StyleGAN-based deepfake generator and older face-aware fill-in.  Target Artificial intelligence (AI) Nvidia 62 Photos Share your voicelast_img

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