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  1. Generative adversarial network

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    A generative adversarial network (GAN) is a class of machine learning systems invented by Ian Goodfellow and his colleagues in 2014. Two neural networks

  2. Generative model

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    potential samples of input variables. Generative adversarial networks are examples of this class of generative models, and are judged primarily by the

  3. StyleGAN

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    StyleGAN is a novel generative adversarial network (GAN) introduced by Nvidia researchers in December 2018, and open sourced in February 2019. StyleGAN

  4. Generative design

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    testing environment or an artificial intelligence, for example a generative adversarial network. The designer learns to refine the program (usually involving

  5. Deepfake

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    attaches a generative adversarial network to the decoder. A GAN trains a generator, in this case the decoder, and a discriminator in an adversarial relationship

  6. Unsupervised learning

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    detection Local Outlier Factor Neural Networks Autoencoders Deep Belief Nets Hebbian Learning Generative adversarial networks Self-organizing map Approaches

  7. Edmond de Belamy

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    Edmond de Belamy is a generative adversarial network portrait painting constructed in 2018 by Paris-based arts-collective Obvious. Printed on canvas, the

  8. Gan

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    (Martian crater) Gallium nitride, a popular III-V semiconductor Generative adversarial network, a field of artificial intelligence Gan (surname), a surname

  9. Artificial neural network

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    photo-real talking heads; competitive networks such as generative adversarial networks in which multiple networks (of varying structure) compete with each

  10. Human image synthesis

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    In 2014 Ian Goodfellow et al presented the principles of a generative adversarial network. GANs made the headlines in early 2018 with the deepfakes controversies

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