Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management

Shaping Culture Digitally: Exploring Tang Dynasty Costume Structures Through AI-driven Interaction Systems
Jingfang Du 1 *
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1 Ph.D candidate, Department of Fine Art, International College, Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
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Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management, 2024 - Volume 9 Issue 2, Article No: 23742
https://doi.org/10.55267/iadt.07.14349

Published Online: 12 Mar 2024

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ABSTRACT
AI-driven integration systems have played a crucial role in changing our understanding of historical clothes within the complex cultural fabric of the Tang Dynasty in the age of the digital revolution. These cutting-edge technologies provide a special lens through which one can be examine and appreciate the complex designs of Tang Dynasty clothing. The main goal of the study was to examine how AI-driven interaction technologies affected how Tang Dynasty clothing structures were explored. We aimed to explore the transformative potential of technology in cultural education, preservation, and outreach by probing the theoretical and practical facets of this relationship. Using a qualitative research technique, 14 individuals were interviewed in-depth about their experiences using AI-driven interaction systems based on Tang Dynasty clothing structures. Key themes and sub-themes were extracted from the interview data using thematic analysis. The results highlighted how AI-driven interaction platforms can significantly improve cultural engagement and education. Participants praised these tools' immersive and approachable user interfaces, highlighting their potential to make cultural exploration interesting and accessible. In the development and application of technology in cultural contexts, ethical considerations also become apparent, emphasizing the significance of data privacy, security, and cultural authenticity. This work adds a substantial voice to the ongoing debate about the impact of technology on cultural discovery by offering empirical insights into the tremendous influence of AI-driven integration systems. It emphasizes how these technical wonders have the ability to improve intercultural understanding, protect cultural heritage, and bridge the gap between cultural institutions and the general population. Furthermore, the study emphasizes the vital necessity for responsible and culturally sensitive techniques, as well as addressing the ethical quandaries that arise when employing technology for cultural research and preservation. Culture has greatly benefited from digitization in terms of both preserving and sharing the common past. By utilizing technology and AI-driven integration systems, we may allow future generations to engage with and appreciate the richness of human history as well as close understanding gaps in historical civilizations. Due to the limitations of the study, which included a small sample size and a narrow emphasis on the Tang Dynasty, it was difficult to generalize the results. The investigation may have been expanded to more extensive and diverse samples and different cultural contexts, although these limits provided potential for future research.
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