With The Mnemonic Branching, the idea was to combine multiple ML algorithms and generate one-of-a-kind artworkthat labels itself based on the input that is provided by the webcam.The camera input is labeled through COCOSSD which then is fed into CharRNN. The webcam input is processed within a generative algorithm hosted within P5js and the final combination is shown on the right side of the screen.

This work is a web adaptation of the project “What I See Is What You Get” by Ana Herruzo and Nikita Pashenkov. The original piece> was an experiential installation that created live interactive visuals, by analyzing human facial expressions and behaviors,
accompanied by text generated using Machine Learning algorithms trained on the art collection of The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

A collaboration with Francisco Crespi.