Scientists use artificial intelligence to discover Picasso's hidden painting.
Despite passing away 48 years ago Pablo Picasso is still leaving us more art, such is the case of a new painting discovered just below another, Oxia Palus, a company dedicated to finding lost art, uncovered the piece entitled the crouched solitary nude.
The portrait was painted by Picasso when he created the blind man's food in 1903, a common practice at the time to save money on canvases, to discover the painting the scientists first used x-ray images to show the outline of the portrait then they used trained artificial intelligence to add Picasso-style brushstrokes to complement the image.
They finally textured the painting using a height map generated before 3-d printing on canvas, the result being a nude portrait of Picasso's famous blue period, while this quite incredible find raises some ethical questions, after all the technology can create a look close to what these artists might have wanted, but it will never be exactly right.
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