You know how in TV shows with IMDB rating ranging from 5 to 7 cops use that magic image recognition software that transforms the cctv image of a bad guy from the "mashed potato" quality to the Vogue cover? Yeah...
But recently I needed to upscale the AI generated logo I made for Clabernetes project, and the quality was "meh", since it was a free service from Bing and whatnot. So whilst it was printable, the DPI was not good enough. So I decided to try my luck and google for these AI-powered image upscale services; frankly, my hopes were quite low.
The first hit with a fishy DNS name - https://www.upscale.media/ - did not reinforce my beliefs that this is all a gimmick. But I tried, and it was legit good. It upscaled my logo while removed the noise and blurriness from the original image.
Here is the comparison:
So yeah, something I wanted to save here because I will likely use it next time as well.