Organizations like Microsoft use AI to protect cultural heritage. In early March 2019, Microsoft announced an artwork-based image generation project. Developers used a deep neural network microservice architecture, Azure services, and BLOB object storage to create the service. According to Rohini Srivastava, National Technology Officer at Microsoft India, “We don’t realize that many pictures, artefacts, sculptures, or cultural remnants can be both preserved and enhanced digitally. We can also piece together components in museums worldwide using AI and gain many interesting insights, especially from ancient scripts”.
In early 2016, the painting “The Next Rembrandt” was created. The researchers of the project analyzed about 350 paintings of great artists over the course of their work. They used 3D scanners, which allowed the neural network to capture even the smallest details of each work and copy the style of Rembrandt’s painting.
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