Rewriting the rules of machine-generated art

In a new study appearing at the European Conference on Computer Vision this month, researchers show that the deep layers of neural networks can be edited, like so many lines of code, to generate surprising images no one has seen before. “GANs are incredible artists, but they’re confined to imitating the data they see,” says the study’s lead author, David Bau, a PhD student at MIT. “If we can rewrite the rules of a GAN directly, the only limit is human imagination.”

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