Engineers from the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) have created a neural network that can independently remove and mount educational lectures. About it writes RIA "Novosti" with reference to the message of the university.
The system is called "Automounting" - it consists of two subsystems, "Autoslide" and "Auto Operator", which combine a video lecture with a presentation and mount and remove it, respectively. The development of the project began in 2017 at the request of the Innovation Assistance Fund.
To operate the system, high-resolution cameras are installed in the lecture hall, and the Auto Operator neural network automatically removes the lecture from different angles. Then, the footage is mounted automatically, and the Autoslide neural network substitutes slides from the presentation for the video.
Previously, researchers from the University of Amsterdam presented a neural network that can correlate visual sensations with sounds and turn pictures into music.