Published On: Sun, Jun 21st, 2015

Facebook’s newest deep learning system makes images that humans think are real 40% of the time



Researchers at Facebook have taken a step closer to a holy grail of artificial intelligence known as unsupervised learning. They’ve come up with a way to generate samples of real photographs that don’t look all that fake.

In fact, the computer-generated samples — of scenes featuring planes, cars, birds, and other objects — looked real to volunteers who took a look at them 40 percent of the time, according to a new paper on the research posted online yesterday…

Read the paper (PDF) to learn about the research in detail. Facebook will release its new code for the work under an open-source license, probably by the end of next week, a spokesman said….


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