Recently watched “Research at NVIDIA: AI Can Now Fix Your Grainy Photos by Only Looking at Grainy Photos” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp7HdI0-MIo and was impressed!
The AI was U-Net, I did some checking and found “U-Net: Convolutional Networks for Biomedical Image Segmentation” https://lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/ … index.html there is a short video and at bottom of page “We provide the u-net for download in the following archive: u-net-release-2015-10-02.tar.gz (185MB). It contains the ready trained network, the source code, the matlab binaries of the modified caffe network, all essential third party libraries, the matlab-interface for overlap-tile segmentation and a greedy tracking algorithm used for our submission for the ISBI cell tracking challenge 2015. Everything is compiled and tested only on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and Matlab 2014b (x64)” Hope it will be ported to Windows!!! it also mentions “If you do not have a CUDA-capable GPU or your GPU is smaller than mine, edit segmentAndTrack.sh accordingly (see there for documentation).”
They have made some ImageJ Plugins https://lmb.informatik.uni freiburg.de/resources/opensource/imagej_plugins.en.html the page only goes to 22.8.2014 so wonder if U-Net is available as a ImageJ Plugin?
If not, how difficult would it be to do this?