Tate + the machine

Tate + the machineSeptember 2, 2016 in Innovation Artifical intelligence is bossing it over at Tate Britain as the Recognition experience kicks off at the London museum for a three-month residency. The AI initiative will deliver an ever-expanding gallery at it trawls through the Tate’s online collection of British material, comparing artworks with news images from Reuters based on visual/thematic similarities. The creative initiative boasts multiple artificial intelligence technologies like computer vision capabilities – think object recognition, facial recognition, colour and composition analysis – and the natural language processing of text associated with images. The results of the experiment will be presented on the virtual gallery site at the close of the project. Recognition was developed by Italy-based comms research outfit Fabrica as a way of applying rational thinking to the subject…


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