Google: Google art restoration


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Digital Digital




'Google art restoration' is an innovative technology that restores damaged artworks to AI. Google art restoration uses Google's Machine Learning algorithms that organized countless artworks by visual similarity and timeline. Then scan the damaged artworks in 3D. After that, AI is used to find commonality between damaged artworks and artworks with similar visual similarity and chronological age. AI infers damaged parts using deep learning through commonality between artworks. This innovative technology not only saves time and money significantly, but also enables accurate restoration that has never been possible before.


Creative Director:

Doohee Hong

Art Directors:

Gayoung Kim, Daeun Lee


April, 2017

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