New Google AI Can Tell Where You Are In The World Even Without Geotags

Google computer vision specialist Tobias Weyand developed PlaNet, a new deep-learning machine that can tell where pictures are taken better than humans. The machine was taught through a database of 126 million geolocated pictures.(Photo : Tobias Weyand | Cornell University Library) A new project led by a Google expert can determine where a picture was taken even without using geotagging technology. The new deep-learning machine, named PlaNet, is able to figure out the location in the image using only its pixels. Google computer vision specialist Tobias Weyand developed the new machine, training it to be significantly better than humans in determining the location of images even if there are no clues in the picture on where it was taken. Weyand and his team developed PlaNet by first dividing the world…


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