Apple’s first AI research paper focuses on computer vision

 Apple last week published its first scholarly research paper, an article covering methods of improving recognition in computer vision systems, marking a new direction for the traditionally secretive company. The paper, titled “Learning from Simulated and Unsupervised Images through Adversarial Training,” was submitted for review in mid-November before seeing publication through the Cornell University Library on Dec. 22.Apple’s article arrives less than a month after the company said it would no longer bar employees from publishing research relating to artificial intelligence.Spotted by Forbes on Monday, the first of Apple’s public research papers describes techniques of training computer vision algorithms to recognize objects using synthetic, or computer generated, images.Compared to training models based solely on real-world images, those leveraging synthetic data are often more efficient because computer generated images are usually…

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