New MIT Algorithm Tells You Exactly Where and How Memorable Your Photos Are

I love math. So do the folks at MIT. They’ve created a remarkable algorithm that can analyze a photo, assigning it a memorability score and analyzing exactly which parts of it are most memorable. And now, you can try it for yourself. Computational photography is a very big part of the future of photography. Whether it’s using software to correct lens aberrations or creating crazy 16-lens cameras, the increasing power of computers working in tandem with camera hardware has opened new possibilities that will revolutionize many areas of photography in years to come. Now, researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have created an algorithm that can predict a photo’s memorability with “near-human” accuracy. The “MemNet” algorithm holds potential in many areas of application: better advertising, social media, filmmaking,…


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