Showing posts with label crime detection. Show all posts
Showing posts with label crime detection. Show all posts

May 1, 2023

Detecting looted art and forgery with help from ChatGPT

 Formulating questions for an AI Chatbot can be a good way to clarify issues and methodologies.

In the conversation below, I ask ChatGPT for help in detecting patterns in the false provenances of looted art and forgeries that have been identified and debunked. ChatGPT reformulates the questions and adds some insights that can be useful. 

(Introduction to a series on analyzing provenance with ChatGPT)

Can you help me to detect looted art and forgery?


Jun 21, 2021

Let's run 1000 NEPIP provenances that contain Munich through the Looted Art Detector

In the previous post we gathered one thousand provenances of artworks listed (for the most part) by American museums on the Nazi Era Provenance Internet Portal that contain the word "Munich" or "München" in the provenance text.

In this post, using the Looted Art Detector developed at the Swiss Glamhack2020 and Glamhack2021, we rank artworks that contain a mention of Munich according to the criteria of "Uncertainty".