Microsoft Software Recognizes Images Better Than Humans Do


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And it's a foundational step in the next wave of interaction. It's not the most gorgeous photography you've ever seen. ImageNet features 1.2 million pictures of mundane items—a photocopier shoved in the corner of an office, a bowl of oatmeal on a table, a pile of logs, a giant sign shaped like an ear of corn, an elbow. But ImageNet is important: It's the central collection of images scientists ...

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