Can AI Create Great Works Of Art?

Can AI Create Great Works Of Art?

By analyzing Rembrandt's oeuvre, machine learning has simulated a new work by the celebrated artist

Leo Lutero
  • 11 april 2016

Rembrandt, who died 347 years ago, has ‘created’ a new work all thanks to machine learning. By studying how the major Impressionist painter created his trademark spotlight effect in many of his portraits, the team at Microsoft were able to render a painting that Rembrandt, in flesh, could have painted himself.

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