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Deep-Learning Technique Reveals “Invisible” Objects in the Dark

News   Dec 13, 2018 | Original Press Release from MIT

 
Deep-Learning Technique Reveals “Invisible” Objects in the Dark

From an original transparent etching (far right), engineers produced a photograph in the dark (top left), then attempted to reconstruct the object using first a physics-based algorithm (top right), then a trained neural network (bottom left), before combining both the neural network with the physics-based algorithm to produce the clearest, most accurate reproduction (bottom right) of the original object. Credit: Courtesy of the researchers

 
 
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