Computer vision is something of a Rorschach test. Algorithms apply what they know when attempting to understand the patchwork of pixels presented to them. And Pinterest’s computer-vision algorithm happens to know a lot about brand-related images. Many of the images on Pinterest are high-quality stock photographs or professional product images that people pin from brands’ sites or that brands upload themselves. “Because brands come to Pinterest to upload all of their content, we tend to have very, very good, well-labeled data on ‘here are all the Nike shoes, here are all the Vans shoes’ including typically the actual brand name,” said Kislyuk. And that data set is constantly growing and being refined, by people writing out captions when pinning images, adding images to named collections containing other images (“boards”), typing keywords to search for certain images — creating a map for Pinterest’s visual search technology to navigate to surface not only รองเท้าส้นสูง 3 นิ้ว สีดํา คนอ้วน lookalike images, but also complementary content and even ads. From that data, Pinterest has been able to crowd-source (and brand-source) a visual search platform that receives more than 250 million unique visual searches each month. But Pinterest’s รองเท้าแฟชั่นผู้หญิง พร้อมส่ง ambition is to do for visual search what Google has done for text search. It wants the camera to be the keyboard and the photo to be the query. It wants to turn people’s cameras into keyboards, to parse their photos into the queries, to convert an image’s objects into keywords. But if Pinterest wants any image to be searchable, that includes not only professional photographs but poorly lit shots snapped at the farmer’s market.
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Previously, Amazon had pulled off the doormats with the Indian tricolour printed on them after Swaraj's stern objection and has also apologised for the same. Amazon's choice of providing Gandhi printed goods not only remains confined to the flip-flops but it has coats for dogs which has image of Mahatma Gandhi printed on it and the seller Amistad terms it 'funny'. The coat is available for $18.28 and $19.06 . Amazon has taken swift action to remove tri-colour doormat from its Canada website but is still silent on availability of Gandhi-printed goods on its US site. The ecommerce major did not stopped here. It had touched a new low by listing a woman's shoe for sell on which Indian tri-colour is printed. The shoes were available under title ' ADE Indian Flag Women's Chukka Canvas Shoes M003'. But the same item is not available now and the search leads to a page which reads, " Sorry, we couldn't find that page ". It appears that Amazon has removed the item from its list of products after all the controversies surrounding it but is yet to remove the products which has Gandhi's image on it. "Amazon India is committed to respecting Indian laws and customs.
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