The Grand Museum of Egypt in Cairo wanted to provide an innovative service to improve access to information for its visitors. Using a deep learning app, tourists can use their smart phones to point to any museum artifact with hieroglyphics, which are then translated and presented with historical background information in the user’s language.
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Using Deep Learning to Translate Hieroglyphics for the Tourism Industry
Amr Mostafa is a Cognitive Consultant at IBM Systems Lab Services, IBM Middle East. He Holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from the Higher Technological Institute in Cairo. His current consulting projects include advising clients on implementing AI and Deep Learning applications.