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  1. Adversarial robustness as a prior for better transfer learning

    Editor’s note: This post and its research are the collaborative efforts of our team, which includes Andrew Ilyas (PhD Student, MIT), Logan Engstrom (PhD Student, MIT), Aleksander Mądry (Professor at MIT), Ashish Kapoor (Partner Research Manager). In practical machine learning, it is desirable to be…
    August 11, 2020 by Hadi Salman

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  1. Enhancing your photos through artificial intelligence

    The amount of visual data we accumulate around the world is mind boggling. However, not all the images are captured by high-end DSLR cameras, and very often they suffer from imperfections. It is of tremendous benefit to save those degraded images so that users can…
    June 23, 2020
  2. High-Resolution Network: A universal neural architecture for visual recognition

    Since AlexNet was invented in 2012, there has been rapid development in convolutional neural network architectures in computer vision. Representative architectures (Figure 1) include GoogleNet (2014), VGGNet (2014), ResNet (2015), and DenseNet (2016), which are developed initially from image classification. It’s a golden rule that…
    June 17, 2020