This neural network turns pitch black images into bright colorful photos

May 14, 2018 Tristan Greene


A team of researchers from Intel and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign recently developed a neural network that performs incredible post-processing enhancements on extreme low-light photographs. The AI takes images which appear pitch black or full of noise and makes them look bright, clean, and colorful. How it’s done: The researchers created the See-in-the-Dark (SID) data set, a group of 5,094 short-exposure images in RAW format, and fed it to a deep learning system. They then trained the AI to compare the information contained in the low-light images to corresponding photographs taken at longer exposure. The results are pretty…

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