Architech Features Computers Thinking Like Humans at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–When you look at someone, what do you see? The details and nuances of what our brains process help us identify, relate to and store impressions of faces and objects. How we perceive, interpret and remember the world around us is part of what makes us human. But what if computers can be taught to do the same? On Saturday night, Toronto-based software studio, Architech, will present the art of what’s possible through a computer’s “eyes” at the 10th annual Scotiabank Nuit Blanche. The real-time installation, “The Face of Toronto”, is the first-ever large-scale interactive art exhibit to use deep learning to showcase the future of face-processing technology. Architech’s computer will create an amalgamation of thousands of faces of Nuit Blanche attendees, resulting in a massive digital portrait of…


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