Google introduces photo descriptions
A cartoon of Googles homepageGoogle has recently open-sourced their model for identifying the images in a photo. Boasting a 93.9% accuracy rate, the latest version is their best so far.
The tool takes previous experience with similar photos to identify what is happening and who or what is in the picture.
It seems similar to Facebook’s artificial intelligence photo descriptions and promises to get more accurate over time.
Read more about this new project in this article and how it might be beneficial for blind and visually impaired users.
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