7 classic Russian paintings as seen by Google’s artificial neural network

Google has spent several years teaching computers how to understand our world based on pictures. Someday this will allow search engines to classify images just by “looking” at them. The Google team have done this with the help of an artificial neural network, which works by recognizing visual forms in the same way as biological neurons. Artificial neural networks could be our next step in creating a real artificial intelligence. Models inspired by biological neural networks (like the central neural system or our brains), they learn to identify subjects by analyzing large numbers of images and applying the “knowledge” they have acquired to subsequent tasks. #1 Girl with Peaches, by Valentin Serov. The innocent subject of this portrait now looks somewhat infernal. But this kind of result is nothing out of the…


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