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Archive for September 26th, 2017

KPN CPS (carrier pre select) code is 1655

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/26

Since the CPS I used was increasing the subscription cost to above zero, the the price difference to KPN was too large, so I wanted to switch back and needed the KPN CPS code.

From [WayBackHet verschil tussen WLR en CPS I found out the CPS code for KPN is 1655.

Then I called 0800-1273 to set it back and then verified it was set back for all destinations on all ISDN numbers.

It’s time to research how to move away from ISDN anyway, but that’s a different story.

–jeroen

Posted in ISDN, LifeHacker, Power User, PSTN, Telephony | Leave a Comment »

Use deep learning to 4x your photo’s resolution As seen on TV! After a bit of neural network training…

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/26

Via Use deep learning to 4x your photo’s resolutionAs seen on TV! What if you could increase the resolution of your photos using technology from CSI labs… – Joe C. Hecht – – Google + [WayBack]

Use deep learning to 4x your photo’s resolution

As seen on TV! What if you could increase the resolution of your photos using technology from CSI laboratories? Thanks to deep learning and #NeuralEnhance, it’s now possible to train a neural network to zoom in to your images at 2x or even 4x. You’ll get even better results by increasing the number of neurons or training with a dataset similar to your low resolution image. The catch? The neural network is hallucinating details based on its training from example images. It’s not reconstructing your photo exactly as it would have been if it was HD. That’s only possible in Hollywood — but using deep learning as “Creative AI” works and its just as cool! Here’s how you can get started..

Posted in Development, Power User, Python, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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