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Artificial intelligence versus Leonardo Da Vinci

Artificial intelligence versus Leonardo Da Vinci
Written by Noah Roy

By Danilo Vicente*

Many times I have seen attempts to show what La Gioconda would look like today, or Mona Lisa, the woman immortalized in Leonardo Da Vinci’s most famous painting. But this week, the technology company Mathema, from Florence, Italy, the city where the painter lived and worked for most of his life, announced a project that seeks the opposite: converting selfies into self-portraits that simulate the work of Leonardo da Vinci . .

The promise of the so-called “DaVinciFace” is to deliver a version inspired by the master’s art in just two minutes. According to spokesman Massimiliano Bellini, the technology aims to “relive the splendor of the Italian Renaissance”.

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