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Photos: Microsoft's snapshot eraser

Microsoft's image completion technology could one day enable digital shutterbugs to remove objects, like these bystanders, from the foreground of a photo.

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Photos: Rubbing out unwanted images

Microsoft's image completion technology could one day enable digital shutterbugs to remove objects, like these bystanders, from the foreground of a photo.

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Photos: Rubbing out unwanted images

The photo-editing technology, here used to erase a statue, was developed by Microsoft's China research lab.

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Photos: Rubbing out unwanted images

A cute little girl is obliterated, paving the way for a nice view of the curb.

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