Attributing paintings to specific artists is a complex task. What if artificial intelligence (AI) could help? Join an interdisciplinary team of students for a LIFT (Local Inspirational Figures Talk) about “Art Identification with AI” Tuesday, Oct. 12, from 5 to 6 p.m.
This discussion will be led by a team of students spanning multiple departments: art history physics, and biology (and expanded to the Cleveland Museum of Art). Their collaborative project works to answer how AI might assist conservators and art historians alike, and bridges an interdisciplinary gap between science and art. They will talk about their experiences on the project and field any questions participants may have.