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Wednesday, June 26 • 16:00 - 17:00
Elementary, my dear Watson: The Rise of the GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks), POWERED BY ADDFOR FILLING

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Speaking about Artificial Intelligence, GANs have been defined “the most interesting idea in the last 10 years in Machine Learning”.

GANs give imagination to the machines: they can be used to transform pictures, invent new objects and picture a person that never existed.

Today we'll see how Addfor used GANs to train Automated Driving Vehicles or to overcome "Algorithmic Discrimination" in biometry by studying how a face recognition camera recognises a person. We will also see an application to Image Restoration for Criminal Investigation.

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avatar for Enrico Busto

Enrico Busto

Founder & CTO, Addfor
Enrico Busto has been working since graduation in the field of Artificial Intelligence applied to engineering (actually, in 1995 A.I. was known as "Neural Networks"). After a 10-years working experience with a leading company, developing mathematical computing software for engineers... Read More →


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