Stanford University researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) art critic that can predict emotional reactions to famous paintings and even provide explanations.
The team created a massive dataset of human reactions using a survey of more than 6,000 people who were asked to choose the dominant emotion evoked by 81,000 paintings and write a caption describing their decision.
After being trained with this data, the AI was tasked with predicting emotions for paintings it had never seen before and providing captions.
In a test using human evaluators, captions produced by the AI “passed” as being written by a human 50% of the time.
From New Scientist
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