Deep Learning Algorithm Automatically Colorizes Photos

Deep Learning Algorithm Automatically Colorizes Photos | Fstoppers  #ai

  • Deep Learning Algorithm Automatically Colorizes Photos
  • Take any black and white image, feed it to the algorithm, and watch as it spits out its best guess at a color version, which is often quite convincing.
  • Imagine a time when Photoshop can colorize a photo in one step, leaving the end-user to just tweak a few hues and there.
  • Using a deep learning algorithm developed by Richard Zhang, Phillip Isola, and Alexei Efros of UC Berkeley, the process was trained on one million images.
  • Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer.

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This is one of those sites you’re going to want to try yourself. Take any black and white image, feed it to the algorithm, and watch as it spits out its best guess at a color version, which is often quite convincing.


Deep Learning Algorithm Automatically Colorizes Photos