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« Last post by Kurt Angle on Yesterday at 11:34:21 PM »
I have no idea.  :laughing:

I only delete those that manage to bypass the spam filter and post spammy crap.
Off-Topic / Re: We might be getting a bump in traffic
« Last post by Paul2 on Yesterday at 06:47:50 PM »
sounds cool. :gfight:
Off-Topic / We might be getting a bump in traffic
« Last post by Titan on Yesterday at 03:59:02 PM »
So, I'm a staff member at another forum ( It's shutting down and the admin, knowing I own this place, put a link in the announcement. So if we get any new members, be nice  :gfight:
« Last post by Titan on Yesterday at 03:55:34 PM »
Lol. What happened to the guest's username? Kurt? You banning people? :D
Happy Birthday board / Happy Birthday guar and ManKiller
« Last post by Paul2 on July 11, 2018, 01:08:10 AM »
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:hb: Happy Birthday guar and ManKiller. :hb:

since there are 2 people having the same birthday, i guess might as well add another song here to total 3 songs.  Beside the third song is very short too.
NVIDIA researchers develop AI that removes noise from images with incredible accuracy

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A team of NVIDIA researchers, in partnership with researchers from Aalto University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has shared details of a new artificial intelligence (AI) program that can remove grain from images with such accuracy that it's almost scary.

'Using NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs with the cuDNN-accelerated TensorFlow deep learning framework, the team trained [its] system on 50,000 images in the ImageNet validation set,' says NVIDIA in its announcement blog post.

What's incredible about this particular AI is its ability to know what a clean image looks like without ever actually seeing a noise-free image. Rather than training the deep-learning network by giving it a noisy image and a clean image to learn how to make up the difference, NVIDIA's AI is trained using two images with different noise patterns.

'It is possible to learn to restore signals without ever observing clean ones, at performance sometimes exceeding training using clean exemplars,' say the researchers in a paper published on the findings. The paper goes so far as to say '[The neural network] is on par with state-of-the-art methods that make use of clean examples — using precisely the same training methodology, and often without appreciable drawbacks in training time or performance.'

In addition to being used on photographs, researchers note the AI will also be beneficial in scientific and medical fields. In particular, the researchers detail how magnetic imaging resonance (MRI) scans — which are very susceptible to noise — could be dramatically improved using the program, leading to improved diagnoses.

The team behind the AI will present their work at the International Conference on Machine Learning on July 12, 2018.

pretty impressive i suppose.
i didn't forget about his birthday.  jumpman made a post nearly an hour early before his birthday is coming up to reminds me about it.  actually since jumpman probably lives in the east coast of canada, his birthday is on that day very early in the morning already while its still not midnight yet where i live.

jumpman is just trying to reminds me about it. :)
Happy Birthday board / Re: Happy Birthday Kurt Angle
« Last post by Titan on July 09, 2018, 06:18:12 PM »
I'm a bit late to the game here but happy belated. Good job holding down the fort when I disappeared off the face of the earth  :thumbsup:
Did you forget about his birthday? Because I did. Also haven't logged in for a while. I should probably do my admin duties......
I now have a boner because you have a boner. Thanks Vid.
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