MIT Team Creates Video From Still Photo

November 30, 2016

The team started by setting up an algorithm to “watch” 2 million random videos—about two years worth—to learn scene dynamics, and use that knowledge to generate video.

“We use a large amount of unlabeled video to train our model. We downloaded over 2 million videos from Flickr by querying for popular Flickr tags as well as querying for common English words,” they said.

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