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AI in art is not only attracted to creative collaboration, but also to the solution of serious and long-standing disputes in art history. Around the painting "Samson and Delilah", exhibited in London's National Gallery, there has been a long debate: is it the original by Rubens - or a later copy.
And here is the algorithm, trained on 148 originals by Rubens, whose authenticity is beyond doubt, delivered a verdict: the probability that the painting was not painted by Rubens is 91%. Checking on another painting from the gallery's collection, the authorship of which is reliably confirmed, gave the result: the probability of not Rubens is only 1.2%.
Art critics are excited, the museum is not yet ready to acknowledge the new results and is going to scrutinize everything again.
This is a good thing - algorithms have become part of established processes and controversy, not sensational outsiders. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/ai-national-gallery-rubens-not-authentic-2013830

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