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Tool Wolfram recognizes objects in pictures
Wolfram, the company behind include the ‘smart search engine “Wolfram Alpha has launched a tool that needs to recognize what is in a photo. Developers can integrate the tool into their software, for example to categorize images automatically.
Users can upload their image to the Image Identification Project Tungsten, and the system tries to give what’s on the picture to see. In many cases the tool has thereby the right end, already gives the company founder, Stephen Wolfram, that some images are not classified correctly. For example, an image of a cat in a space labeled “man.”
The tool works by using machine learning: the company’s own words tool to analyze tens of millions of images to distinguish one object from another. Developers can use the tool to analyze images automatically; so could be sorted large collections of images in a short time.
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