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Princeton Student’s AI Model Generates Chinese Landscape Paintings That Fool Human Evaluators

AI has in recent years become increasingly capable of generating impressive artworks in a variety of styles, thanks mainly to the emergence and refining of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). Now, Princeton undergrad student Alice Xue has designed a GAN framework for Chinese landscape painting generation that is so effective…




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