- Twilight and Personal Shopper Kristen Stewart has co-authored a research paper on “neural style transfer”, an arcane technique that uses artificial intelligence to reconfigure an image in the style of another.
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Twilight star among three authors of paper explaining how ‘neural style transfer’ method was put to use in her directorial debut, the 17-minute short “Come Swim”.
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- Neural style transfer was used in the film’s opening and closing scenes to add a ‘painting’ effect to footage.
- The actor co-wrote a case study on the ‘neural style transfer’ method used in the short film she directed, Come Swim
- Neural style transfer’ is used to apply the aesthetic of an image onto another.
- Stewart wrote Bringing Impressionism to Life with Neural Style Transfer in Come Swim , alongside Adobe research engineer Bhautik J Joshi and producer David Shapiro, exploring the technique used in her directorial debut.
- Kristen Stewart releases paper on artificial intelligence
The actor co-wrote a case study on the ‘neural style transfer’ method used in the short film she directed, Come Swim
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- It’s all about ‘style transfers’ in ‘Come Swim,’ her latest short film.
- Stewart and her team used style transfers to create some unusual, dream-like sequences in the film.
- Stewart’s paper, co-authored with special effects engineer Bhautik J Joshi and producer David Shapiro, was released through the online repository arXiv.
- At its core, the system relies on deep neural networks to identify the “content” of your photo and the “style” of another, blending them together into a completely new image.
- It details her use of a technique known as ‘style transfers’ for select scenes in Come Swim , a short film that will be shown at Sundance and marks her directorial debut.
Kristen Stewart, best known for her role as Bella in the Twilight saga, has co-authored a paper on machine learning. It details her use of a technique known as…
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