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Oxford Novel Image Compression Method COIN: Better Than JPEG at Low Bitrates!

In a new paper, University of Oxford researchers introduce a novel image compression approach that outperforms the JPEG standard at low bitrates, even without entropy coding or learning a distribution over weights.

Recently developed autoencoder methods for lossy image compression have attracted attention in the machine learning and…

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