MIT Scientists Create Algorithm That can Make Photographs More Memorable

MIT alogrithm can predict photo memorability at “near-human” levels Scientists have created an algorithm that can make your photographs more captivating and memorable.   Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have designed an algorithm that can predict memorability of a photograph at near-human levels, meaning it can tell which faces, scenes and objects in photographs are more likely remembered by humans.  “Understanding memorability can help us make systems to capture the most important information, or, conversely, to store information that humans will most likely forget,” said Aditya Khosla, lead author of the study. “It’s like having an instant focus group that tells you how likely it is that someone will remember a visual message.” Deep-learning algorithm predicts photos’ memorability at “near-human” levels https://t.co/p8g4CvPEo9 pic.twitter.com/nf8fbiWGdq— MIT (@MIT) December 18, 2015 But how…


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