Dec. 8, 2023, 2 p.m. | Charles Q. Choi

IEEE Spectrum spectrum.ieee.org



AI systems may perform better at identifying pictures when they are trained on AI-generated art that has been tailored to “teach” concepts behind the images, a new study finds.

Artificial intelligence systems, such as those used to recognize faces, are usually trained on data collected from the real world. In the 1990s, researchers manually captured photographs to build image collections, while in the 2000s, they started trawling the Internet for data.

However, raw data often includes significant gaps and …

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