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Sharper Signals: How Machine Learning Is Cleaning Up Microscopy Images

Researchers increasingly are using machine learning to eliminate noise from microscopy images.

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January 14, 2021CommentsMachine learning is increasingly seeing use to eliminate noise from microscopy images.
Credit: J. Roels et al./Nature
Researchers increasingly are using machine learning to eliminate noise from microscopy images.
Machine learning involves teaching the computer how to de-noise one set of images and then apply what it has learned to new data.
Supervised models that are trained with matching pairs of noisy and clean images improve as more input pairs are provided,…

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