In the Dali Museum an Incredibly Similar to the Artist AI Version Will be Telling About Paintings

The Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg (USA), in the framework of the Dalí Lives exhibition, which will be held in April, is planning to bring back the famous surrealist artist to life with the help of technology.

Huge digital screens will “materialize” the digital version of Dali in full growth, which will tell about the works of art presented at the exhibition.

Goodby Silverstein & Partners, the company that helped to organize the exhibition, used video tapes with the artist. This facilitated learning artificial intelligence to imitate Dali’s facial expressions, which was later realized with the help of an actor with a similar constitution. The AI version will comment on both its works and the events after the death in 1989. The organizers believe that the project has an educational mission.

According to Engadget, the results of creating the digital version show that the voice is significantly different from the original, but an electronic copy of the appearance can not be told from Salvador Dali in his prime of life.

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