Museum Guide Feels Like AI But Is Powered By Humans

Museum Guide Feels Like AI But Is Powered By Humans

App created to make museums more engaging, lets users ask detailed questions during visits

Eva Recinos
  • 29 april 2016

For art history and museum experts, the devil is in the details. Something as small as a brushstroke, symbol or flower could signify the creator of a piece or at least the possible era in which a piece was created. As educational institutions, museums are the perfect place for the casual art viewer to hone in on the smaller details in pieces and ask lots of questions. To make this process easier, the Brooklyn Museum has introduced the app ASK Brooklyn Museum.

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