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September 4, 2018
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Human-A.I. Collaborated Fashion

or, “How to design a post-apocalyptic jumper”

These MIT students put together an after-school project called How to Generate (Almost) Anything—worth checking out all their projects, btw. 

For this one, they configured a GAN trained on vintage sewing patterns and came up with some fun designs, including the post-apocalyptic jumper.

Vintage sewing pattern images


Training the dataset




Tagged: Agnes Cameron · ai · fashion · M.I.T. · Pinar Yanardag
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