In the new paper Paint2Pix: Interactive Painting based Progressive Image Synthesis and Editing, a research team from Adobe Research and Australian National University presents paint2pix, a novel model that learns to predict users’ intentions and produce photorealistic images from primitive and coarse human brushstroke inputs.
In a paper currently under double-blind review for ICLR 2022, researchers propose StyleNeRF, a 3D-aware generative model that can synthesize high-resolution images at interactive rates while preserving high-quality 3D consistency, and can even generalize to unseen views with control on styles and poses.
Just two days after a story on Motherboard went viral, developers of the “DeepNude” AI-powered software that enables users to virtually disrobe images of women have announced they are shutting down the website and the free and premium versions of the app they launched in March.
“Best GAN samples ever yet? Very impressive ICLR submission! BigGAN improves Inception Scores by >100.” The above Tweet is from renowned Google DeepMind research scientist Oriol Vinyals. It was retweeted last week by Google Brain researcher and “Father of Generative Adversarial Networks” Ian Goodfellow, and picked up momentum and praise from AI researchers on social media.