First up is Art Palette, which lets you choose a group of colors and then matches your selection to artworks from institutions around the world. Handy if you’re after some prints for your newly-decorated apartment, or if you’re wondering what masterpieces your outfit is channelling today. Then there’s Life Tags. Life magazine’s 70-year run saw millions upon millions of photos taken, but only five percent ever published. This tool unveils four million photographs from its archives and makes them instantly searchable via thousands of automatically created labels, from “astronauts” to “zombies”.

Read more: https://www.engadget.com/2018/03/07/googles-ai-scans-and-tags-millions-of-life-magazine-photos/