by Paul-Louis Pröve
Neural Implicit Representations
Neural Implicit Representations are a flexibel and efficient way to represent unstructured data such as images, objects, 3D scenes or audio signals. Even though they have only been around for 3 years, their applications and success stories are growing month by month. In another Brown Bag session for ARIC, we’ve given background and inner workings of this cool technology.
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