The first picture of AI took 3 million yuan before it was valued at 7000-10000 dollars.


The first picture of AI took 3 million yuan before it was valued at 7000-10000 dollars.

Original title: the first picture of AI took 3 million RMB.

New Beijing News (reporter Xie Lian Intern Luan Xinyi) According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), local time on Thursday, the first AI painting "Edmond de Belamy" in New York Christie's auction house for 4325,000 yuan (about 3 million yuan) high price. The estimate is only 7000 to 10000 dollars before the painting.

The painting is based on 15,000 classic portraits from the 14th to 20th centuries, using algorithms from the Paris art group "Obvious".

According to the New York Times, the character in the painting, Edmond Belamy, is a fictional character, and the signature on the painting is an algorithmic formula used to create it. The algorithm "GAN" has been applied to works of art since 2015.

Christie's described the man as "a fat gentleman, possibly French," and "judging by his black dress and white tie, possibly a clergyman".


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