Human Generated Data

Title

Untitled ("Haynsworth Rejected")

Date

1971

People

Artist: Donald Blumberg, American born 1935

Classification

Photographs

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Transfer from the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 2.2002.671

Human Generated Data

Title

Untitled ("Haynsworth Rejected")

People

Artist: Donald Blumberg, American born 1935

Date

1971

Classification

Photographs

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2022-01-14

Newspaper 100
Text 100
Accessories 99.5
Accessory 99.5
Glasses 99.5
Human 98.1
Person 98.1
Advertisement 57
Poster 57

Imagga
created on 2022-01-14

daily 100
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product 39.8
paper 38.4
currency 36.8
dollar 33.4
cash 33
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us 18.3
mail 18.2
letter 16.5
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market 12.4
post 12.4
retro 12.3
capital 11.4
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tax 10.7
news 10.7
finances 10.6
read 10.6
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funds 9.8
banknote 9.7
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text 9.6
global 9.1
philatelic 8.9
circa 8.9
stamps 8.9
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wages 8.8
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Google
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Newspaper 93.9
Publication 89.3
Jaw 88
News 86.7
Smile 86.4
Font 84.7
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Paper 69.6
Throat 68
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Microsoft
created on 2022-01-14

text 100
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human face 94.9
person 93
man 90.8
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poster 58
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Face analysis

Amazon

Microsoft

Google

AWS Rekognition

Age 47-53
Gender Male, 100%
Angry 48.4%
Happy 25.1%
Confused 8.5%
Surprised 7.6%
Disgusted 4.5%
Calm 2.2%
Fear 2%
Sad 1.9%

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 58
Gender Male

Google Vision

Surprise Very unlikely
Anger Very unlikely
Sorrow Very unlikely
Joy Unlikely
Headwear Very unlikely
Blurred Very unlikely

Feature analysis

Amazon

Glasses 99.5%
Person 98.1%
Poster 57%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of a newspaper 88.2%
a close up of a newspaper article 86.2%
close up of a newspaper 86%

Text analysis

Amazon

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