Human Generated Data

Title

Rat Catcher

Date

18th century

People

Artist: Philip Dawe, British c. 1750 - c. 1785

Artist after: Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Spanish 1618 - 1682

Classification

Prints

Human Generated Data

Title

Rat Catcher

People

Artist: Philip Dawe, British c. 1750 - c. 1785

Artist after: Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Spanish 1618 - 1682

Date

18th century

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Clarifai

people 99.9
one 99.4
portrait 98.8
adult 98.6
print 96.5
art 94.9
book series 94.8
man 94.4
wear 92.1
music 91.9
writer 91.2
administration 90.1
woman 89.6
engraving 87.2
painting 86.7
sit 84.2
leader 82.6
book bindings 82.5
veil 82.4
furniture 82.3

Imagga

gramophone 49.5
record player 39.6
machine 33.7
person 32.8
device 25.1
disk jockey 21.5
adult 19.4
portrait 17.5
broadcaster 17.2
man 16.8
people 16.7
scholar 16.2
human 15
model 14.8
sitting 14.6
black 14.4
fashion 14.3
male 14.2
hair 13.5
attractive 13.3
communicator 13.1
intellectual 12.9
face 12.8
old 12.5
sexy 12
one 11.9
newspaper 11.1
money 11.1
vintage 10.7
interior 10.6
lady 10.5
art 10.5
pretty 9.8
home 9.6
love 9.5
lifestyle 9.4
dollar 9.3
business 9.1
dress 9
blond 9
potter's wheel 8.9
product 8.8
looking 8.8
creation 8.8
closeup 8.8
elegance 8.4
hand 8.3
banking 8.3
holding 8.2
cash 8.2
happy 8.1
suit 8.1
currency 8.1
religion 8.1
financial 8
close 8
room 7.9
antique 7.8
wheel 7.7
youth 7.7
god 7.6
serious 7.6
finance 7.6
mature 7.4
retro 7.4
sculpture 7
indoors 7

Google

Microsoft

text 100
book 99.1
person 91.6
old 75.8
art 49.1
black and white 46.9
museum 42.8
music 38.3
monochrome 37.5

Face analysis

Microsoft

Google

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 27
Gender Female

Google Vision

Surprise Very unlikely
Anger Very unlikely
Sorrow Very unlikely
Joy Likely
Headwear Very likely
Blurred Very unlikely

Captions

Microsoft

a vintage photo of a man 86.3%
a vintage photo of a man in a black suitcase 66.4%
an old photo of a man 66.3%