State of the Art: Google 'LIFE Tags' uses AI to Organize LIFE Mag's 4 million-Photos

By David Schonauer   Friday March 16, 2018

Google has revealed a few new projects that utilize its artificial intelligence technology at the intersection of education and culture, and one of them, notes DP Review, is called Google LIFE Tags: Google used a computer-vision algorithm to intelligently sort through, analyze, and tag 4 million photos from LIFE magazine's publicly available archive. Google LIFE Tags, which is available now for anyone to use, organizes the archive based on objects found within the photos. Each object—such as "1937 Ford” and "American bulldog”— is presented on the Google LIFE Tags website in the form of an interactive encyclopedia.

Read the whole story at DP Review.


No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now

Pro Photo Daily