CWRU Professors discuss new AI technology to identify artists’ work by analyzing brushstrokes

New AI technology will reveal which masterpieces really had the stroke of genius

The Telegraph/MSN: Three CWRU researchers—Kenneth Singer, the Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics; Elizabeth Bolman, the Elsie B. Smith Professor in the Liberal Arts and chair of Art History; and Michael Hinczewski, the Warren E. Rupp Associate Professor of Physics—discussed their groundbreaking research using tools of artificial intelligence (AI) to distinguish the individual brushstrokes of one painter from another, a breakthrough that one observer said could mark “the dawn of a revolution in attribution” among art connoisseurs and historians.