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    1. Two New Methods Lend Scientific Muscle To Detecting Art Forgeries

      Two New Methods Lend Scientific Muscle To Detecting Art Forgeries
      If you're looking to sell some phony art, your time appears to be running out. Dartmouth researchers can spot art forgeries using neuroscience techniques, while Polish scientists use medical imaging technology to do likewise. The Dartmouth College team of James Hughes, Daniel Graham, and Daniel Rockmore took an established part of neuroscience - the notion of sparse coding - and applied it to the art world. Sparse coding technology imitates the human visual system by attempting to replicate the ways in which the brain takes complex images and breaks them down into simple patterns thanks to a series of filter neurons ...
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