A team of researchers from NVIDIA, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Aalto University introduced a neural network, which is trained to clean up noise-contaminated photographs. Even without ever seeing the source, emphasizes The Next Web .
Noise2Noise AI was trained on 50 000 photos, among which were both MRI shots, and computer generated with the addition of random noise and artifacts. Trained neural network can remove these noises, returning the detail and purity, which is very close to the original image.
Technology in the future can be used in software, tied to the processing and restoration of photographs.