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Computers May Help Identify Phony Art

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Computers May Help Identify Phony Art

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Computers May Help Identify Phony Art

Computers May Help Identify Phony Art

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A conference in Amsterdam this week brought together art historians, scientists and engineers to answer the question: When is a van Gogh NOT a van Gogh? Richard Johnson, the conference organizer, talks about how computer science may help spot fake works of art.

Richard Johnson, professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University

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