With the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence technology, search giant Google has applied its own research results to every aspect. For example, a recently launched tool called Art Transfer can transform photos of users into the style of a particular artist. In a blog post, the company said it did not create an overlay layer on the original image, nor did it mix images of the artwork.
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Art Transfer is known to be able to adapt unique algorithms to the original photo, inspired by the specific artistic style chosen by the user.
Interested friends can open the camera menu in the Google Arts and Culture app and select Art Transfer.
Arthritis Transfer is understood to cover the “style” of works of art by cultural institutions such as the National Gallery of England and the MOA Museum of Art in Japan.
After taking or uploading a photo, you can select specific art filters, such as rendering styles by famous artists such as Van Gogh, Monet and Leonardo da Vinci.
Example of a dog photo shared by TheVerge editor Kim Lyons
From an experience perspective, Google Art Transfer is similar to the ai.portraits gadget created last year by MIT and IBM Watson AI Labs.
The difference is that Art Transfer’s apps aren’t limited to selfies, and users can see what the rendering will look like on your device without uploading pictures to the cloud.
Of course, if you’re interested in secondary creative photos generated by Google’s neural network, it’s also great to save to the Google Photos cloud album and generate a circle of splicing images.