EyeEm wants its new EyeVision algorithm to be the Google of photography

EyeEm, the social photo-sharing community and marketplace, has unveiled a clever new technology that lets photographers upload their images and run them through an algorithm for instant keywording and aesthetic ranking. The tool, called EyeVision, is a sweeping update to EyeEm’s aesthetic algorithm and is packaged with a new Web uploader that is being made available today to the company’s Market members — photographers who sell their photos through the service. Debuting at the 2015 EyeEm Festival & Awards in New York City, “EyeVision is the computer vision framework for identifying great photography and for understanding what a photo contains and depicts,” EyeEm’s CTO Ramzi Rizk told TNW. “It’s not just the compositional aspects of the photo but emotions and abstract concepts represented in the imagery.”  EyeVision’s simple interface allows you to drag and drop images from your desktop into…


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