The sunny California weather in the United States is ideal for training freelance cars. However, there are some disadvantages, such as the fact that the vehicle only drives in conditions of perfect visibility.
That’s why Nvidia researchers are using artificial intelligence to get computers to “see” snow and rain in places that are usually sunny most of the year, according to The Verge.
This type of technology has been used for some time in the industry, the difference being that the Nvidia system takes less time to learn. Normally, if you want to simulate a route in the evening, even during the day, it would be necessary to take photos of the place at night so that the computer learned the differences between the two environments.
However, the program being used can reproduce similar data without much information. Besides being able to make snow in places that do not snow, the technology also managed to change breeds of dogs and change the expression of people in photos.
Researchers say the technology resembles appearance-altering applications, such as FaceApp, which creates fake images. Check out the video: