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Someone Finally Turned Google's DeepDream Code Into a Simple Web App

Earlier this month, Google announced that its artificial neural networks were having creepy daydreams. While its since made the code public, a kindly soul has gone a step further and turned it into a web app that anyone can use. Read more...
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