Museum guide app is powered by humans

Museum guide app is powered by humans

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The best museums are so full of information that they inevitably spark a question or two in visitors. Previously, museum tour guides have been the main resource for finding out more information about an artwork — either that, or some frantic googling. But speaking up in a group of strangers can be very intimidating and following a museum guide means moving at their pace. Now, a New York museum has given the tour guide an interactive upgrade, via its ASK Brooklyn Museum app. The free app enables curious attendees to ask questions and start conversations about the exhibits through their smartphone and receive real-time answers from the institution’s team of art historians and educators.

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