LaMa: A New Neural Network for Deleting Objects from Pictures

Check out this cool neural network that can be used to remove objects from pictures without Photoshop.

A team of scientists has presented a new resolution-robust Large Mask Inpainting with Fourier Convolutions, or LaMa for short. LaMa can be used to remove various objects from pictures like people, furniture, buildings, animals, not-needed details, etc. The network then recreates the background behind the deleted objects and achieves excellent performance even in challenging scenarios, e.g. completion of periodic structures.

"Our inpainting network improves the state-of-the-art across a range of datasets and achieves excellent performance even in challenging scenarios, e.g.completion of periodic structures. Our model generalizes surprisingly well to resolutions that are higher than those seen at train time, and achieves this at lower parameter & compute costs than the competitive baselines," comments the team.

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