MIT made an image editing AI that can replace the background in any image
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) just developed an AI-assisted image editing tool that automates object selection. This is the Holy Grail of selection tools — you can behold it in the video below. For millions of people, Photoshop is a program that’s used to bring out the best visual features in images. But at TNW we’re more likely to use it to make Mark Zuckerberg look like a vampire or to put a sombrero on a hacker. And, speaking only for myself, using Photoshop is time-consuming and hard. What we need is an object grabber AI. We could… This story continues at The Next Web
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