Do you want to see Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in action for yourself? Something that was specifically pointed out as very hard for computers by the experts in the field just a few years ago? Content based automatic image classification is a fascinating window into what AI is already able to do and one that is […]
photo by dottavi Have you been stuck sometime to try and spice up your presentations with good images to make them more appealing? You don’t have to resort to the lame basic clip arts that came with your presentation program. These are so common, that their value, the interest that they generate in your audience
Creative Commons is a framework for easily labeling your creations with licenses that grant automatically rights which are broader than the ones under the traditional ‘All rights reserved’ copyright model. It doesn’t mean that you are giving away or giving up your copyright, but that who wants to use your work knows, with the help
I keep my photos on flickr, which let’s me share them conveniently with friends. Flickr has always been a fun place per se, and has spawned several creative initiatives. For example the collected photos of ’round stuff’ have been printed on a high quality poster: I have a photo of mine on it as well.
The release of the Flickr API has proved to be very fertile, and now has produced a gem: Mappr tries to interpret the tags of photos, to place them on the map of the US. Of course this should be immediately extended worldwide! Since you can look up other tags that are not geography related
“This is a test post from , a fancy photo sharing thing.” says the test post generated by Flickr itself. Maybe they are a bit too sticky, requiring registration for the most basic display of photos, too? The flash based photo roll thay I inserted in the right hand column of the blog is really