The First Apple AI Paper: Talks About A Technique To Improve Machine Learning

Earlier this December, Apple made waves when it announced that it will publish its own research papers on artificial intelligence. Within the month, it has announced once again that it published its first AI paper. The paper titled “Learning from Simulated and Unsupervised Images through Adversarial Training” was published just before Christmas day, December 22 to be exact. It talks about how the use of computer-generated images will improve the ability of an algorithm in recognizing images much better than when using real-life images. As opposed to real-life images, using computer-generated images in machine learning is more effective because it is already labeled and annotated saving scientists more time and effort. The paper, however, cautioned that despite the advantage of using synthetic images, there is also a disadvantage in using…


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