Google knows where you took your photos using individual PIXELS: AI tool locates landmarks with …

Deep learning machine PlaNet recognises a variety of visual cuesIt uses them to guess a location with ‘superhuman levels of accuracy’The software was trained using 126 million images found online During trials, it correctly guessed the country of origin 28% of the time and the continent of origin in almost half of casesBy Sarah Griffiths for MailOnline Published: 10:27, 25 February 2016 | Updated: 10:51, 25 February 2016 Geotagging images may be a chore, but it’s frustrating where you come across an image online and you can’t tell where it was taken.Soon the process and annoyance may become a thing of the past, because Google has invented an artificially intelligent tool that can identify a picture’s location from just its pixels.Dubbed PlaNet, the deep learning machine recognises a variety of visual…


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