Facebook’s Photo AI Just Learned How to Recognize Action Shots

Facebook’s photo recognition system is largely invisible, but it’s come leaps and bounds since its launch last April — and the newest update means it can actually recognize leaps and bounds, literally. The artificial intelligence can scan photos, “see” the objects and write a description, information that can then be used to describe the photo to visually-impaired users, or find the photo through searches. On Thursday, the system received a major upgrade that allows it to not only describe objects in the photo, but explain what the people in it are doing. The A.I. can now describe pictures using 12 new action phrases like “people walking,” “people playing instruments,” or “people dancing.” It’s a small number at first, but these improvements will help change the way people sort through the…


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