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Google's Incredible New Image AI Makes 'Zoom and Improve' a Real Thing


You've probably seen a sci-fi movie or TV show where the protagonist asks you to zoom in and improve the outcome – revealing a face. or license plate Or any other key detail – and Google's newest artificial intelligence engine, what it calls a diffusion model, can pull off this trick.
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It's a difficult process to control. because basically What happens is that details are added to images that the camera didn't initially capture. using intelligent predictions based on other images. that look similar This technique is called natural image synthesis by Google and in this particular situation will use the highest resolution of the image. You start with small, blocky,
pixelated photos and end up with crisp,clear, and natural-looking images. may not be exactly the same as the original. but close enough to look real to the human eye.Google has released two new AI tools for the job. The first is called SR3 or Super-Resolution. through repeated distillation And it works by adding noise or unpredictability to the image.
Then reverse the process and remove it. As much as any photo editor might try to sharpen your holiday pictures. The propagation model works by corrupting training data by adding Gaussian noise, gradually removing detail in the data until it becomes noise. Then it trains a neural network to reverse this corruption process,” explains Jonathan Ho, research scientist and software engineer Chitwan Saharia at Google Research.
With a series of probabilistic calculations based on a huge database of images and machine learning magic, SR3 can imagine what a blocky, low resolution, full resolution image would look like. You can read more about this in the article Google posted on arXiv.The second tool is CDM, or Cascaded Diffusion Models. Google describes these as a "pipeline" that diffusion models - including 

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