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In Computational intelligence and neuroscience

This paper discusses the method of fossil digitization combining paleontology and art by using data mining. The aim of the study is to increase the creativity and vitality of museum exhibits and promote scientific exchange. The purpose of the study is to discuss how the interdisciplinary approach will benefit the communication of science and to realize the cooperative development of creative science popularization, art science popularization, dialogue science popularization, and communication science popularization through the cooperation between museums and institutions disseminating and researching science. The research method takes the Jehol Biota in western Liaoning Province of China as an example to explore the methods and approaches to transform museum resources into creative products. Through artificial intelligence data mining and digital reconstruction, data can be used for archaeological research but also for scientific popularization and scientific dissemination of the resources of art transformation. Research results: as the cornerstone to consolidate the digital development of society and economy, "the new infrastructure of artificial intelligence" will start a comprehensive digital transformation. Through the integration of multiple fields and disciplines, museums will change from resource dependence to focus more on market creation, which will promote museum's industry development.

Yan Guo, Xin Hong