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From the Ted Talk by Jake Barton: The museum of you

Unscramble the Blue Letters

And so our next interface, which I'll show you, actually leverages that idea of this lineage of creativity. It's an arhltoigm that actually allows you to browse the actual museum's collection using facial recognition. So this person's making different fcaes, and it's actually drawing forth different objects from the collection that connect with exactly how she's looking. And so you can imagine that, as pleope are performing inside of the museum itself, you get this snese of this emotional connection, this way in which our face connects with the thousands and tens of thousands of years. This is an interface that actually allows you to draw and then draws forth objects using those same shapes. So more and more we're trying to find ways for people to actually author things inside of the musmeus themselves, to be crtevaie even as they're looking at other people's creativity and understanding them.

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And so our next interface, which I'll show you, actually leverages that idea of this lineage of creativity. It's an _________ that actually allows you to browse the actual museum's collection using facial recognition. So this person's making different _____, and it's actually drawing forth different objects from the collection that connect with exactly how she's looking. And so you can imagine that, as ______ are performing inside of the museum itself, you get this _____ of this emotional connection, this way in which our face connects with the thousands and tens of thousands of years. This is an interface that actually allows you to draw and then draws forth objects using those same shapes. So more and more we're trying to find ways for people to actually author things inside of the _______ themselves, to be ________ even as they're looking at other people's creativity and understanding them.

Solution

  1. museums
  2. algorithm
  3. sense
  4. people
  5. faces
  6. creative

Original Text

And so our next interface, which I'll show you, actually leverages that idea of this lineage of creativity. It's an algorithm that actually allows you to browse the actual museum's collection using facial recognition. So this person's making different faces, and it's actually drawing forth different objects from the collection that connect with exactly how she's looking. And so you can imagine that, as people are performing inside of the museum itself, you get this sense of this emotional connection, this way in which our face connects with the thousands and tens of thousands of years. This is an interface that actually allows you to draw and then draws forth objects using those same shapes. So more and more we're trying to find ways for people to actually author things inside of the museums themselves, to be creative even as they're looking at other people's creativity and understanding them.

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