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no people #179

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doldrumorchids opened this Issue Nov 29, 2015 · 5 comments

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doldrumorchids commented Nov 29, 2015

a picture book (google streetview) with image recognition (clarifai), concept expansion (wordnik), word matching (project gutenberg), and combinatorial devices.

title from a commonly returned image tag.

pdf: http://ifyoulived.org/no_people.pdf
script: http://ifyoulived.org/no_people.js

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ikarth Nov 30, 2015

Very poetic.

ikarth commented Nov 30, 2015

Very poetic.

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I like it!

There's one caption which simply reads "things." :)

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hugovk commented Nov 30, 2015

I like it!

There's one caption which simply reads "things." :)

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jacobroufa Dec 2, 2015

This is so cool.

jacobroufa commented Dec 2, 2015

This is so cool.

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MichaelPaulukonis Dec 7, 2015

Am I reading this right -- it took a little more than 6 days to generate? Mostly due to the Clarafai api rate limit, I presume?

At any rate - wow.

MichaelPaulukonis commented Dec 7, 2015

Am I reading this right -- it took a little more than 6 days to generate? Mostly due to the Clarafai api rate limit, I presume?

At any rate - wow.

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saitogroup Dec 15, 2017

this is lovely...

saitogroup commented Dec 15, 2017

this is lovely...

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