Teaching Machines to Draw

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From the Google Research Blog:

Abstract visual communication is a key part of how people convey ideas to one another. From a young age, children develop the ability to depict objects, and arguably even emotions, with only a few pen strokes. These simple drawings may not resemble reality as captured by a photograph, but they do tell us something about how people represent and reconstruct images of the world around them.

https://research.googleblog.com/2017/04/teaching-machines-to-draw.html

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