► A digital artist is teaching machines how to interpret paintings as real life people and results are amazing. Nathan Shipley is a San Francisco based artist who uses latest digital technology and in particular Artificial Intelligence to create some pretty cool artistic stuff. In 2018 he used Deepfake technology to bring to life Salvador Dali for the Dali Museum in Florida, who was able to talk and interact with visitors. In his latest project, using machine learning and generative art, he is exploring how artificial intelligence recreates historical figures from paintings. Please check video where some of his work is presented. And a warning again, please don’t freak out, I’ve added some subtle animation to give them additional layer of realism. Enjoy. Please follow Nathan’s work here: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_shipley_vfx/ https://twitter.com/CitizenPlain http://www.nathanshipley.com/ Featured in this video: King Henry VII, King Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, King Edward VI, Queen Mary I (Mary Tudor), Elizabeth I (young, middle and old age), Mona Lisa and Rembrandt. ——— If you have enjoyed the video, please show some love by LIKING, COMMENTING and SUBSCRIBING to my channel! – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – #MysteryScoop #HistoricalPaintings #HistoricalPortraits #AIStuff #ColorizedPhotos #DigitalAnimation #ArtificialIntelligence – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – For any Copyright issues, please reach out to us first before filing a claim with YouTube. Send us a message or email [More]