Magic Pony Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and Image Processing
Date: 7 March 2017
Time: 14:00 – 16:00
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After hitting the headlines last year as Twitter’s multi-million-dollar investment into a new artificial intelligence technology, The Alan Turing Institute is delighted to introduce co-founder and CTO of Magic Pony Technology, Zehan Wang. In his talk, Zehan will give an overview of he and his colleagues’ journey to developing their unique super-resolution and compression methods.
Joining him, Magic Pony’s Principal Research Scientist, Ferenc Huszar, will delve deeper into generative adversarial networks, the importance of loss functions, and how the team at Magic Pony Technology are using them to advance visual information processing in artificial intelligence.
Recent papers which may be of interest:
• Real-time super-resolution using CNNs
• Photorealistic super-resolution using GANs
• Spatial-temporal networks for super-resolution
• Amortised MAP inference for image super-resolution
• Compressive autoencoders