Very clever Downloaded this after watching a TED talk about machine learning. I think it's a great example. Works fine on my phone (moto g) and fascinating to watch it work. For all the people complaining that it can't identify the exact species of tree or insect, you might be expecting a bit much from a free phone app! I would guess it's tailored to commercial products as that's where the money is. Anyway, I'm leaving a good review in the hope of being treated leniently when the machines rise against us. :-)
Absolute bullshit. Just an app that takes your image and tries to find where you can buy that thing you just took a picture of with your phone. And if it can't find an exact match you get things like "red and brown wooden tool". No joke. I know it's a tool and that it is wooden and yes red and brown, but I wanted to know what it was a tool for!
Love it! Really fantastic app, I've been running around the flat trying to find something it can't recognise, and I've yet to manage it. Sometimes it's not perfect, but it's always close enough (which I count as a hit, rather than a miss). Great fun
THREE WORDS "PIECE OF CRAP" I got a new spider and wanted to know what type it was and took a pic and they said it was a coffee table. That's not even close to what I wanted. I'm deleting it and I really hope I don't get any viruses.
Ruined by update apparently You gotta be kiddin me! I take a crystal clear pic of a tan and brown fish and it was identified as COOKIES?? Good grief. When the final screen registers, it's all music and shopping. And not for fish OR cookies. I'm dumping it--now useless.
Never got it to work. I think the problem here is two fold. The devs were overreaching and users were expecting too much. Maybe down the road an app like this will work but for now, no.
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