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Using AI to extend an imagine pattern

As Edoardo says in their excellent answer, the task at hand can be approached as an outpainting problem and there's some great tools available to do this. To throw an alternative into the ring, I'd ...
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Using AI to extend an imagine pattern

The task you would like to accomplish is referred to as "outpainting". See example below. Very recently, OpenAI released an outpainting feature that extends the possible operations to ...
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Is Computer Vision always related to Machine Learning?

No - not all computer vision is machine learning. With machine learning, the computer designs its own algorithm (often by gradient descent) based on a "blank slate" version of the algorithm. ...
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Is this a better formulation of the Turing test?

For the purpose of having AI on par with humans and releasing it to the market is not that relevant that the creator, a single person, can still not be fooled. Moreover this would create a conflict of ...
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Is Computer Vision always related to Machine Learning?

Actually grayscaling and blurring are convolutional operations, and thresholding can be seen as an "activation function" (think of a sigmoid with a high gain). And resizing can be ...
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