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Photoshop’s healing brush can use surrounding pixels to repair an image or remove an object — but what if the surrounding pixels don’t have enough data to fill in those holes? Researchers from Nvidia recently used artificial intelligence to help fill in those gaps to create a tool similar to the healing brush tool that is able to intelligently fill in missing pieces, a technique called image inpainting for irregular holes using partial convolutions — here’s hoping Nvidia comes up with a nickname before making the tool widely accessible. Nvidia isn’t the first to try to reinvent the healing brush using A.I., but the researchers say that earlier attempts left artifacts and blur. Rather th... Full story

24 April