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How AI is helping to make the best classic TV series restorations

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Phil Rhodes)

How AI is helping to make the best classic TV series restorations

Restoring a classic series such as Star Trek: The Next Generation or Deep Space Nine, is far from easy. But that’s exactly what one fan set out to do, with the help of AI based software.

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