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PLI Symposium 2024: Andrea DiGiorgio

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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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Envisioning Automated Glaucoma Screening: Domain Generalization for Deep Learning-Based Glaucoma Classification, Hannah Ulman, UG '24 (B7A45C16)

Rapid advancements in deep learning algorithms for computer vision tasks have produced powerful models that can accurately classify diseases from medical images across a variety of specialties. In…

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Repainting History: A Framework for Subject-Specific Image Generation in Historical Painting Styles, Addele Hargenrader, UG '24 (2B9D81E4)

In the cultural and creative industries, one demonstrated use case for AI is to engage art museum visitors through immersive and interactive exhibits. One such exhibit is the SMK Transformerbot at…

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Analyzing How Neural Networks Manipulate the Shape of Data, Reuel Williams, UG '24 (9C22A282)

Understanding the mathematical shape of data that neural networks learn from can provide valuable insights into their inner workings. In my senior thesis, I delve into this concept using a…

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Dumpster Diving: Thermal Imagery of Callisto Using ALMA Calibrator Data, Cole Meyer, UG '24 (14DF385C)

Thermal images at different radio wavelengths probe varying subsurface depths of cold, icy bodies like that of Callisto – the outermost of Jupiter’s four largest moons – and…

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Columbus Also Dies, Jonathan A. Romero, GS (9E9F3B76)

"Columbus Also Dies" is a video art that explores the memory of colonization in the 20th century through the creation and destruction of monuments to Columbus. Representations of said…

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Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies:"The World At Night Photography"

he World at Night Photography: Revealing the wonders of natural nights and the global impact of light pollution Night hides a world but reveals a universe. Through this lens the world’s…

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COM LIT Lecture: - Enrique Diaz Alvarez- The Politic on Violence, Literature and Mourning

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Exploring Medieval Jewish Art and Life through a Fifteenth-Century Italian Manuscript

https://middleagesforeducators.princeton.edu/exploring-medieval-jewish-art-and-life-through-fifteent...

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SPO Summer Programs 2024: Princeton in Portugal Information Session

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese presents a virtual information session about Princeton in Portugal for Summer 2024. For more information, please visit https://spo.princeton.edu/study-abroad

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Penn Library's LJS 445 - Prenosticatio (Video Orientation)

Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 445 - Prenosticatio, by Johannes Lichtenberger. Written in Nuremberg, Germany, after 1488, in Middle High German. German…

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Penn Library's LJS 57 - Astronomical anthology (Video Orientation)

Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 57 - Astronomical anthology. A collection of astronomical texts, including a copy of a treatise on the calendar originally…

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