Researchers MIT
Researchers MIT

Now, AI that can see objects in total darkness

ANI | Updated: Dec 13, 2018 12:52 IST

Massachusetts [United States], December 13 (ANI): Researchers at the MIT have built a new artificial intelligence system that is capable of spotting objects in near-total darkness.
The system uses deep neural network to look for transparent patterns in dark images. The team trained the AI by feeding it 10,000 purposefully dark, grainy, out-of-focus pictures which gave the system an idea of what to expect and highlight hidden transparent objects, Engadget reported.
After the training, the system could find and reproduce hidden objects in extremely low-light settings. The system demonstrates future capabilities and applications such as nighttime photography, astronomy, or medicine where details in biological material could be captured without light and radiation. (ANI)