Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout
Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout

Video game developer uses AI to recreate faces of ancient Chinese emperors

  • Independent developer Hu Wengu has recreated the animated faces of Chinese emperors from the Song, Ming and Qing dynasties
  • Some Chinese internet users suggest that Hu tackle a new project – recreate the faces of legendary beauties from ancient China

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout
Independent Chinese video game developer Hu Wengu says the recreated faces of ancient Chinese rulers, such as Emperor Taizu of Song, were generated by artificial intelligence technology based on ancient paintings. Photo: Handout
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