One step at a time, machine learning will solve your JPEG problem
I take a lot of photos on my smartphone. So many, in fact, that my wife calls me Cellphone Ansel Adams. I can’t imagine how many more digital photos we’d have cluttering up our hard drives and cloud drives if I ever learned how to really use the DSLR.
So I get excited when I read and write about all the advances in computer vision, whether they’re the result of deep learning or some other technique, and all the photo-related acquisitions in that space (Google, Yahoo, Pinterest, Dropbox and Twitter have all bought computer vision startups). I’m well aware there are much wider-ranging and important implications, from better image-search online to disease detection – and we’ll discuss them all at our Structure Data conference in March – but I personally love being able to search through my photos by keyword even though I haven’t tagged them (we’ll probably discuss that…
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