August 1, 2016. My.com has released Artisto, the world’s first app that uses neural networks for editing short videos, processing them in the style of famous artworks or any other source image. The app is available on App Store and Google Play globally.
Artisto now processes 10-second videos and offers 14 filters to choose from. New filters are now being tested that will be added later on.
“Neural networks are booming right now, and we were also eager to test out stylization capabilities they provide. Considering that there are a few very neat solutions for redrawing photos, it was only logical to try our hand at video,” says Anna Artamonova, Vice-President of Mail.Ru Group, Head of Email and Portal business unit. “We got the first result quite fast: the beta version was ready within a couple of weeks, and today the app is available for both the leading platforms on stores all over the world. We can already see that our experiment is successful: a number of big name brands and celebrities have shared the videos redrawn by Artisto on social networks. The most popular filters right now are BlueDream based on a Pablo Picasso painting, and In the Fire.”
Sample videos repainted by Artisto can be viewed here.
Neural networks are one of the hottest areas of artificial intelligence development. An artificial neural network is a mathematical model that tries to simulate a human neural network. Neural networks are used extensively in image recognition, data science, forecasting, and many more.