You can use this machine learning demo to roll Keanu Reeves’ (or anyone’s) eyes

You can use this machine learning demo to roll Keanu Reeves’ (or anyone’s) eyes

  • This time it’s DeepWarp, a demo created by Yaroslav Ganin, Daniil Kononenko, Diana Sungatullina, and Victor Lempitsky, that uses deep architecture to move human eyeballs in a still image.
  • The authors of the demo acknowledge that similar projects already exist (like the smile-manipulator FaceApp), but without such a singular, detailed focus.
  • I tried this using images of Keanu Reeves and several dogs, but the demo didn’t work with the dogs.
  • “Our system is reasonably robust against different head poses and deals correctly with the situations where a person wears glasses,” the authors wrote in their study.
  • The authors say they plan to work on making the demo work more quickly in the future.

Another day, another fun internet thing that uses neural networks for facial manipulation. This time it’s DeepWarp, a demo created by Yaroslav Ganin, Daniil Kononenko, Diana Sungatullina, and…
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The Evolution Of Computer Science [INFOGRAPHIC]

Quite cool 😉

The Evolution Of Computer Science [INFOGRAPHIC] 

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  • Learn more about the history of computer science from this infographic.
  • It was the first large-scale electronic computer, and it was operated using the same type of technology as that automatic fabric loom over 140 years prior- punch cards.
  • It’s hard to imagine that just a few decades ago computers filled entire rooms, but advancements in technology and research have allowed for the development of the modern marvels we enjoy today.
  • Then in 1801 an automatic fabric loom was invented that used punch cards to control the pattern of the fabric.
  • There were a lot of developments that had to happen to get us to this point, and it all started with the invention of the binary number system in 1703 by Gottfried Leibniz, who was considered by many to be the first computer scientist.

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@SpirosMargaris: “Quite cool 😉

The Evolution Of Computer Science [INFOGRAPHIC]

#fintech #AI @valuewalk”


Computer Science: By 1945 ENIAC had come on to scene, filling a 20 by 40 foot room with 18,000 vacuum tubes. It was the first large-scale electronic computer


The Evolution Of Computer Science [INFOGRAPHIC]