Announcement: Thesis Prize Winner Teaches Computers to Paint Landscapes

As students dig back into their research this fall, we are happy to introduce this year’s student prize winners. Their projects, which combine humanistic inquiry and digital tools in intriguing ways, are sure to provide inspiration to anyone curious about the digital humanities. This week, meet 2020 undergraduate thesis prize winner Alice Xue ’20, whose thesis, “Can a Machine Originate Art? Creating Traditional Chinese Landscape Paintings Using Artificial Intelligence,” paired her computer science skills with an underused resource from the Princeton University Art Museum.

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