Last Updated on June 14, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Rokas Liuberskis
Originally published on Towards AI.
We’ll cover more advanced Generative Adversarial Network techniques WGAN-GP. We’ll train it on a popular celebA human portrait dataset.
In the previous post, we covered simple DCGAN, and I gave you a simple example with the MNIST dataset. But it was a simple dataset, and we could not see the disadvantages of this architecture. The main disadvantage is its training instability; over time, it gives us worse and worse generated images.
So, to address this issue, we will implement a WGAN-GP (Wasserstein GAN with Gradient Penalty) architecture. We will train the WGAN-GP model to generate people’s profile 64×64 images by training it on the popular CelebA dataset.
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