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Improving the Ability of AI to Recognize Landmarks

by Michael McLaughlin
Niagara Falls

Google has released Google-landmarks-v2, a dataset containing over 5 million images of more than 200,000 landmarks to foster the development of systems that can recognize specific objects, such as distinguishing Niagara Falls from other waterfalls. Google used a worldwide community of hobbyist photographers to label the images and has announced challenges that include cash prizes totaling $50,000 for participants who can build systems that can recognize landmarks in an image or find all images showing a specific landmark.

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Image: Saffron Blaze

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