Monday Oct 7, 2019

techradar.com

How deep learning

could revolutionize broadcasting

Broadcasters and movie studios alike are starting to explore the huge potential of modern technologies to bring a new…
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By Max Kalmykov
techradar.com

Broadcasters and movie studios alike are starting to explore the huge potential of modern technologies to bring a new generation of filmed entertainment to our TV sets and cinemas. Perhaps the first impressive use of deep learning was when Google trained a neural network to play Go, the famously difficult and complex board game. Video generation and EditingWarner Bros.

recently had to spend $25M on reshoots for 'Justice League' and part of that money went to digitally removing a mustache that star Henry Cavill had grown and could not shave due to an overlapping commitment. Deepfakes have hit the news quite a lot recently - when the face of one person is put onto a Video of another, likewise, deep portraits which apply motion to still pictures like the Mona Lisa. He opted to keep the….

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