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+ - Computer Model Learns to Copy Artists' Drawing Styles->

Submitted by Zothecula
Zothecula (1870348) writes "Last year, we heard about an industrial robot that was able to create pencil sketches of human subjects. In that case, it utilized algorithms that identified the boundaries between areas of high and low contrast on each subject’s face. Now, however, scientists at Disney Research, Pittsburgh, have taken things a bit further. They’ve created a computer tool that not only produces digital sketches, but it also copies the style of specific human artists as it does so."
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Computer Model Learns to Copy Artists' Drawing Styles

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