Chatbots continue to dominate in the Gamification field for Museums

The "Venice Time Machine" project uses AI to analyze the data to reconstruct 2000 years of European history with a“Large Scale Historical Simulator”.

Google Arts and Culture brings us deep into Bruegel’s "The Fall of the Rebel Angels".

How Artificial Intelligence Sees Art History

William Fenstermaker of MetMuseum shares that “by harnessing artificial intelligence, it's possible to envision artworks that may have existed, based on our knowledge of artworks that we know to exist . . .”

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How Museums are using Augmented Reality

Charlotte Coates for MuseumNext takes us on a tour of possibilities for the use of AR in museums worldwide, mapping a future for further use of this technology,

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Dunhuang XiaoIce:
The Silk Road Chatbot

Jointly developed by Microsoft and the Dunhuang Academy, XiaoIce’s debut in 2016 brought her celebrity-status. Combining AI with cultural studies, she tells stories about the mysterious Mogao Caves.

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AI, Visitor Data and Ethics

David Styles for Museums + Heritage Advisor debates the future of museums as ethical concerns are raised surrounding what data museums should be gathering about their visitors.

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What Disappears When Ancient Documents get Digitized?

Jacob Brogan  for Zocalo discovers, ”As soon as you turn a primary source into an image, you start to lose something.”

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From Brueghel to Warhol: AI enters the attribution fray

David Adam for Nature asks, “Can artificial intelligence crack long-standing puzzles in art history?” Map how style is defined and develops over time.

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