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  • bogdan (edited 3 years ago)

    From what I understand, this Deep Dream idea is just a general reverse engineering of a picture - the Google algorithm analyses it, identifies things, and then recreates the image based on the things it identifies. Is this right?

    While I'm not great fan of it - some of those pictures posted by /u/BlueOracle in her thread about nightmares were outright creepy - I think it's an interesting experiment and I hope it leads to other developments that are going to be more meaningful than this.

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