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GANs in Action: data quality and other aspects.

 
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Hi Jakub and Vladimir,

Are GANs solving a specific class of tasks, such as image recognition?
I ask it because the original use of this technique and its success in that field of data.

Also, looks like Generator very much depends on Discriminator, that is quality of latter's data set.
What if the potential subject area of samples (let's say - corpora) for the data set is vast enough (space level or sub electron level volumes)?
Wouldn't this produce special cases only as a result, if any?

Also, if there is a game analogy, GANs are like tennis (or criminal - detective).
Are there other heuristics in GANs, such as team play, meaning number of players more than 2?    

Thank you,
Yury
 
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