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Promises of the virtual museum

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Promises of the virtual museum

Have we escaped the hype and death cycles that have plagued the history of virtual reality? In the last few years, as commercial virtual reality headsets and systems have become accessible, content developers, film festivals, and---most intriguing---galleries and museums are dipping their toes in the virtual pool.

By Jas Brooks, January 2019

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Computers and art in the age of machine learning

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Computers and art in the age of machine learning

By Emily L. Spratt, April 2018

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The Replica Project: Building a visual search engine for art historians

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The Replica Project: Building a visual search engine for art historians

From the time of prehistoric etchings on the walls of the Lascaux cave to the present day, people have always been creating art. With millions of artistic artifacts filling museums, churches, cultural institutions, and private collections across the globe, connecting to our shared cultural and artistic past is no longer impossible.

By Benoit Seguin, April 2018

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The burgeoning computer-art symbiosis

The burgeoning computer-art symbiosis

Computers help us understand art. Art helps us teach computers.

By Shiry Ginosar, Xi Shen, Karan Dwivedi, Elizabeth Honig, Mathieu Aubry, April 2018

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Reflecting on robots, love, and poetry

Finding the poetry in programming and the algorithms in poems

By Margaret Rhee, December 2017

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Digital blasphemy

By Cara Cocking, December 2008

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