TensorFlow Hub — Create an Artistic Picture by a ML App

I think many readers are not good at Python coding like me, but are interested in using ML (Machine Learning) applications. So today I will introduce a new platform: TensorFlow Hub, where many pre-trained Python apps are provided. The pre-trained ML programs can be used directly on Google Colab. For example, here I want to introduce one of the example apps for making a photo with an artistic style by machine learning.

Make a photo in an artistic style

Figure 1 shows an example of what it can create. The first picture on the left is a photo of a turtle, which is used as a content image, the second picture in the middle is the masterpiece “The Scream” painted by Edvard Munch in 1893. The third picture on the right is the one created by the pre-trained machine learning program which is claimed to synthesize an artistic turtle painting in Edvard Munch’s The Scream style.

Figure 1 A machine learning program for creating art paintings. Source: TensorFlow Hub — Tutorial (https://www.tensorflow.org/hub/tutorials/tf2_arbitrary_image_stylization?authuser=1)

How to Run the Program at COLAB?

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