Human Generated Data

Title

Photograph of Albers Course, Harvard Summer School

Date

1951

People

Artist: David Herndon Wright, American 1929 - 2018

Classification

Photographs

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Museum Purchase, BR51.76

Human Generated Data

Title

Photograph of Albers Course, Harvard Summer School

People

Artist: David Herndon Wright, American 1929 - 2018

Date

1951

Classification

Photographs

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2022-01-14

Text 70.8
Astronomy 68.5
Space 68.5
Outer Space 68.5
Universe 68.5

Imagga
created on 2022-01-14

laptop 37.2
portable computer 35.6
space 34.9
astronomy 30.3
galaxy 29.2
personal computer 26.7
star 26
universe 25.3
light 24.7
night 23.1
cathode-ray tube 23
fantasy 22.5
cosmos 22.4
sky 21.7
stars 21.7
planet 20.9
science 19.6
moon 19.4
world 18.8
texture 18.7
nebula 18.7
sun 18.5
gas-discharge tube 18.4
digital computer 17.8
water 17.3
backgrounds 17
celestial 16.7
clouds 16.1
orbit 15.7
computer 15.2
pattern 15
dark 15
fiction 14.7
infinity 14.6
solar 14.6
digital 14.6
black 14.4
tube 14.4
surface 14.1
cosmic 13.8
earth 13.7
rain 13.2
liquid 13
cloud 12.9
color 12.8
drop 12.7
close 12.6
hole 12.5
wet 12.5
screen 12.5
cold 12
electronic device 12
design 11.8
outer 11.8
astrology 11.8
glass 11.8
alien 11.8
windshield 11.8
bright 11.4
bubble 11.3
graphic 10.9
planetarium 10.9
transparent 10.7
high 10.4
drops 10.4
backdrop 9.9
eclipse 9.9
circle 9.8
shiny 9.5
globe 9.3
ice 9.2
wallpaper 9.2
clean 9.2
landscape 8.9
astrophysics 8.9
stellar 8.9
infinite 8.9
planets 8.9
closeup 8.8
clear 8.7
sea 8.6
system 8.6
nobody 8.5
art 8.5
ocean 8.3
astral 7.9
textured 7.9
wave 7.8
protective covering 7.7
sunrise 7.5
freshness 7.5
shape 7.5
glowing 7.4
sphere 7.4
window 7.3
reflection 7.3
paint 7.2
weather 7.2
equipment 7.2
material 7.1
cool 7.1
travel 7

Microsoft
created on 2022-01-14

text 99.5
electronics 78.8
moon 68
astronomy 57.3
night sky 4.2

Captions

Microsoft

a screen shot of a computer 43.5%
a screen shot of a computer screen 32.2%