In the past year, we’ve seen the Spanish surrealist master Salvador Dali resurrected from his grave for a paternity test, which was false.
Now, the artist is coming back in the form of artificial intelligence at the Salvador Dali Museum in Florida.
Opening this April, just in time for the artist’s birthday, guests will be able to communicate with an A.I. version of the artist as part of the “Dali Lives” experience.
“Dali was prophetic in many ways and understood his historical importance,” Dr. Hank Hine, executive director at The Dali, said in a press release.
“He wrote, If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the cafes will say, ‘Dali has died, but not entirely.’ This technology lets visitors experience his bigger-than-life personality in addition to our unparalleled collection of his works.”
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