An artistic experience moved Catholics, revealing what the true face of the Virgin of Guadalupe would look like.
Through artificial intelligence, they were able to see the shape of the face of the most famous woman in Mexico and also gave her her movement to see what some of her gestures would look like.
The task was carried out by the group of scientists who make up the Anahuac Enciclopedy Group, who, through their social networks, shared the remarkable result of this experiment with the world.
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“We gave life and even made the Virgin of Guadalupe speak, as she could have been seen in real life, and as Juan Diego Cuautlatoazin saw her in his guises as tradition says.”
They have taken as a painting, the picture now in the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City, as a very valuable and important gift to the history of Mexico from the point of view of anthropology.
“It is the most faithful approach that an AI can take, we have given the face movement, so that we can appreciate its features, its eyes and its cranial structure, and the main thing in this experiment was to preserve the facial features as they appear in the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe on the one hand and on the other hand, which It brings realism to these features without falling into the caricature and without modifying her face.”
Part of the experiment also consisted of seeking to determine which ethnic group the Virgin’s face could belong to, however, they indicated that they could not find any specific group.
In view of this, they decided to adapt the face of the Virgin to the representative features of the ethnic groups they studied, in order to find out what a brunette Tepiak would look like, such as Europeans, Asians, Africans, Arabs, Hindus, and indigenous characteristics. Mexico.
Through their YouTube channel, they have performed many face reconstructions, from celebrities with different racial traits, so that they can appreciate what the faces of different cultures look like.
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