In a project by a Dutch photographer, an artificial intelligence created the emperor's true face using drawn pictures of Napoleon. The face created looks extremely realistic.


The face of Napoleon Bonaparte, France's most famous emperor, has been turned into a real portrait with the help of an artificial intelligence. A close-up portrait of Napoleon, painted by painters such as Jacques Louis-David, Horace Vernet and Vasiliy Vereşagin, was created in his lifetime thanks to Dutch photographer Bas Uterwijk. 

Napoleon Bonaparte, who proclaimed himself Emperor of France between 1804 and 1814, was considered one of the greatest commanders in Europe until his defeat in 1815. The commander, pictured with some successful painting work in the process, has achieved a realistic appearance with the help of artificial intelligence.

Many paintings were put together thanks to Art Breeder in the project, which was carried out by the Dutch artist who used the pseudonym” Ganbrood". For example, Uterwijk, who said that he had taken Napoleon's clothes from a painting by the painter Jacques-Louis David, had help from an artificial intelligence who had taken all the pictures of Napoleon and decided what he should look like.

The image shows how powerful artificial intelligence is. The artificial intelligence, which has managed to create a very realistic portrait of Napoleon, can design figures that, when further developed, are indistinguishable from reality.

So, do you think the Napoleon Bonaparte drawing of A. I. is realistic? Where does this technology go? You can let us know your thoughts in the comments section.