DeepMind’s Artificial Intelligence Knows Where You Were Last Summer

MIT Technology Review gives us yet another insight into Google’s complex network of Artificial (AI), DeepMind. The AI system has a new ability which determines where a picture is taken, anywhere in the world. A computer vision specialist at Google, Tobias Weyand, has trained DeepMind’s neural networks to calculate the location of any photo by using image pixels. That’s a bit creepy, isn’t it? The new AI program dubbed, “PlaNet” has the ability to decipher an image by analyzing millions of pixels inside a picture. The system can not only recognize photos from outside scenes but also those from the inside. The program has been fed with 91 million geo-located images from around the world. The system’s ultra-fast neural networks find a match and give users a result. In trial…


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