Customer story: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and MIT collaborate with Microsoft to showcase the potential of AI

In February 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art decided to release the images and data of their public domain artwork. Their mission? To give everyone in the world the opportunity to experience and interact with their collection, not just those who could physically visit the museum. Throughout this process, technology has offered new ways to interact with and appreciate the history and culture of these items. Check out this video to learn more about The Met's AI journey.

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In February 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art decided to release the images and data of their public domain artwork. Their mission? To give everyone in the world the opportunity to experience and interact with their collection, not just those who could physically visit the museum. Throughout this process, technology has offered new ways to interact with and appreciate the history and culture of these items. Check out this video to learn more about The Met’s AI journey.

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