The search giant on Wednesday showed off a new site that lets you run word searches on images from the storied magazine franchise. Google used object detection to index different images into the database.
Art Palette lets you choose a group of colors and then matches your selection to artworks from institutions around the world.
The MoMA tool, [is] big news for art curators and museums. The Museum of Modern Art in New York has been taking photos of its exhibitions since its first in 1929, but many of them were missing corresponding information. Identifying the art in each photo (and there are 30,000 of them) would have taken months, if not years. Google’s MoMA identification tool automatically recognizes the artworks in each photo, and has helped turn the pictures into an interactive archive of the museum’s exhibitions.
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