18.8 Generative Adversarial Network
REVIEW Train two models simultaneously. An adversarial approach is taken. The generator process (e.g., the artist) will learn to create images that look real, and over time gets better at creating real looking images. A discriminator (e.g., the art critic) learns to identify real images from the fakes. The learning stops when the discriminator can no longer distinguish between the real and fake images.
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