The “zoom and enhance” trope is a TV cliché, but advances in AI are making it a reality. Researchers have shown that machine learning can enlarge low-resolution images, restoring detail that wasn’t there before. Now, this technology is making its way to consumers, with image editor Pixelmator among the first to offer such a feature.
The Photoshop competitor today announced what it calls “ML Super Resolution” for the $60 Pro version of its software: a function that the company says can scale an image up to three times its original resolution without image defects like pixelation or blurriness.
After our tests, we would say this claim needs a few caveats. But overall, the performance…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts