Learning to Resize Images for Computer Vision Tasks

Interesting paper out of Google that looks at using a neural net to optimize image resizing for images that are going to be processed by a neural net classifier system.  

The results might see surprising at first, but remember, the resized images are for the purpose of improving the classification accuracy of the system, not necessarily for human viewing. 

You can check out the paper here.


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