Astonishing look at how your computer sees, thinks and dreams

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Google's Newest Computer Program Makes Trippy Art

Have you ever wondered how image recognition works?

Google recently revealed how their algorithm lets your computer know the content of a certain image by amplifying the feature of each object.

In other words, they explained how your computer sees, thinks and dreams, and the result is astonishing.

As Google admitted on its research blog, we are still far from fully understanding artificial intelligence, and how this particular process works:

"Artificial Neural Networks have spurred remarkable recent progress in image classification and speech recognition. But even though these are very useful tools based on well-known mathematical methods, we actually understand surprisingly little of why certain models work and others don't."

While the company posted some example photos of how computers "see" images, Google published the algorithm for the public and people started making incredible psychedelic art.

Here is a gallery with some amazing computer's dreams:

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Astonishing look at how your computer sees, thinks and dreams
A rare photography of The Puppyslug Nebula from the Hubble Telescope. #deepdream
The #deepdream work by @samim is quite remarkable, neural nets telling deep stories about images. (v @samim)
@kcimc this little monster is a half eaten doughnut :D #deepdream
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD #deepdream
walking in sand #deepdream
Inceptionism is fun - thanks, @googleresearch! More here: #deepdream
Puppyslug all the way down. #deepdream
results on video are promising, stable low level features, high level features are too sensitive to noise #deepdream
Google's #DeepDream: When image recognition goes really wrong, and you get a spaghetti-dog.
Deep Cheese Dreams → #DeepDream
Twenty Dollars #deepdream #inceptionism
This creeps me out more than it should @mtyka @317070 @sedielem #deepdream

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