The New York Times used Google Cloud to find untold stories in millions of archived photos

The New York Times x Google Cloud

For over 100 years, The New York Times has stored its clippings and photographs in an underground archive called the “morgue.” Now, The Times can give new life to millions of historic photos using Google Cloud technology by launching a new product called Past Tense that invites journalists to tell new stories and readers to explore history in a whole new way.

Digitizing The New York Times archive with Google Cloud

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