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Vol. 8, Issue 1 (2019)

Image cartoonification using machine learning: Transforming visual content with artistic intelligence

Aastha Budhiraja
Within the field of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning simulates human learning by utilizing data and algorithms to progressively increase system accuracy. With machine learning, a user can feed massive amounts of data to a computer programme, which will then analyse it and draw conclusions and recommendations based only on the data it is fed. In this research, the topic of conversation is cartoonizing an image. Your submitted photo will be transformed into a distinctive cartoon by Cartoonify using a neural network. A number of software programs, including, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Windows MAC, and others, can be used to turn an image into a cartoon. the assortment of Python libraries. For better results, use Python libraries rather than online tools like Photoshop. OpenCV is one of these libraries. A cross-platform computer vision library is called OpenCV. Among them are programs for taking and manipulating pictures and videos. Picture editing, object identification, facial recognition, and a host of other amazing uses are among its primary uses. Some common libraries, like Numpy and Matplotlib, will be utilized. You could turn your photo into a cartoon, use it as your profile picture, or create a hilarious avatar. Machine learning may be used to create such projects. Consequently, We are going to write a Python script that uses OpenCV to create a cartoon out of an image. Python programming is necessary for machine learning applications. The main finding of the study is how to use machine learning to cartoonify an image.
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How to cite this article:
Aastha Budhiraja. Image cartoonification using machine learning: Transforming visual content with artistic intelligence. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(1):701-706. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2019.v8.i1l.25405

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