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Mona Lisa Gherardini del Giocondo, 1506, Brought To Life #Video

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In this video you'll see Mona Lisa come to life with facial motion, age progression and other AI variations as part of the series Historical Figures Brought To Life.

LISA DEL GIOCONDO (née Gherardini; June 15, 1479 – July 15, 1542, aged 63) was an Italian noblewoman and member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany. Her name was given to the Mona Lisa, her portrait commissioned by her husband and painted by Leonardo da Vinci during the Italian Renaissance. Little is known about Lisa's life. Born in Florence and married in her teens to a cloth and silk merchant and shoemaker who later became a local official, she was a mother to five children and led what is thought to have been a comfortable and ordinary middle-class life. Lisa outlived her husband, who was considerably her senior. In the centuries after Lisa's death, the Mona Lisa became the world's most famous painting and is considered an archetypal masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. In 2005, Lisa was definitively identified as the model for the Mona Lisa. It had been believed to have been painted between 1503 and 1506; however, Leonardo may have continued working on it as late as 1517. It was acquired by King Francis I of France and is now the property of the French Republic. It has been on permanent display at the Louvre in Paris since 1797. [portrait painting by Leonardo da Vinci, between 1503 and 1506]
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Please note, the photo of the subject has been digitally manipulated and brought to life using AI technology (neural networks). Image has been enhanced, colorized and facial motion added (including smiling, age progression etc.), using AI tools and Photoshop. This video is part of a series where old photos and paintings are skilfully reconstructed and brought to life. AI generated portraits may not be historically accurate.
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  • CharMaine Added I think AI is a little creepy, but it does do a pretty good job of aging photos. It's been used for missing kids, and it has brought some of them back to their families.