Human Generated Data

Title

We're Concerned, Are You?

Date

1993

People

Artist: Marguerite Van Cook, American

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, M22514

Human Generated Data

Title

We're Concerned, Are You?

People

Artist: Marguerite Van Cook, American

Date

1993

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-11-01

Advertisement 100
Poster 100
Paper 95.9
Brochure 95.9
Flyer 95.9
Text 90.9
Human 76.1
Person 76.1

Clarifai
created on 2019-11-01

illustration 99.6
dirty 97.8
man 96.8
revolution 96.7
bill 96.7
people 95.5
art 94.6
retro 93.9
war 93.1
adult 92.3
print 91.9
woman 90.9
old 90.9
vintage 90.8
force 90.1
military 89
revolutionary 88.9
battle 87.7
propaganda 87.7
collection 87.2

Imagga
created on 2019-11-01

comic book 100
print media 43.4
book jacket 37.5
vintage 35.6
retro 29.5
jacket 29.2
grunge 28.9
old 23.7
art 23.4
design 23.1
wrapping 22.2
stamp 21.9
postmark 19.7
mail 19.1
paper 18.8
drawing 18.5
postage 17.7
graphic 16.8
postal 16.7
letter 16.5
black 16.2
antique 15.6
covering 15.5
envelope 14.7
floral 14.5
silhouette 14.1
pattern 13
decoration 12.9
philately 12.8
card 12.8
paint 12.7
texture 12.5
post 12.4
wallpaper 12.3
symbol 12.1
printed 11.8
aged 11.8
dirty 11.8
decorative 11.7
frame 11.7
artistic 11.3
ancient 11.2
circa 10.9
painting 10.8
global 10
element 9.9
shows 9.8
decor 9.7
style 9.6
flower 9.2
modern 9.1
backdrop 9.1
border 9
plant 9
creative 8.8
cutting 8.7
ink 8.7
communications 8.6
painted 8.6
culture 8.5
unique 8.5
menu 8.5
shape 8.2
collection 8.1
history 8.1
detail 8
icon 7.9
textured 7.9
color 7.8
travel 7.7
slick 7.7
money 7.7
artwork 7.3
message 7.3
business 7.3
currency 7.2

Google
created on 2019-11-01

Microsoft
created on 2019-11-01

text 100
cartoon 99.2
poster 98.4
drawing 91.8
illustration 78.1
book 78.1
sketch 75.2
comic 58.5

Face analysis

Amazon

Microsoft

AWS Rekognition

Age 22-34
Gender Male, 97.5%
Calm 13%
Happy 0%
Sad 75.6%
Disgusted 0.3%
Confused 0.6%
Angry 8.3%
Surprised 0.2%
Fear 2.1%

AWS Rekognition

Age 33-49
Gender Female, 51.6%
Angry 0.1%
Disgusted 0%
Fear 96.8%
Calm 0%
Happy 0%
Sad 2.9%
Surprised 0.1%
Confused 0%

AWS Rekognition

Age 38-56
Gender Female, 50.2%
Disgusted 49.5%
Angry 49.6%
Calm 49.6%
Surprised 49.5%
Happy 49.6%
Confused 49.5%
Fear 49.6%
Sad 50.2%

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 26
Gender Male

Feature analysis

Amazon

Poster 100%
Person 76.1%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of text on a white background 78.8%
a close up of text on a white surface 73.7%
close up of text on a white background 73.6%

Text analysis

Amazon

WERE
CONCERNED.
CONCERNED. ARE
YOU
ARE
the
people
Even convicted
shelters.
Prison
streets:
have
sleeping
criminals
bucks
better
sense?
conditions
subway
and
last
doesn't
make
out
paid
daycare.
Ican't see people sleeping on the streets: just doesn't make sense. Even convicted
was
city
sense.
my
making
was making you. how any sense?
before
criminals worked have rights. Prison conditions better city shelters. My last iob.
how
rights.
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any
before hours, paid my rent. daycare. and subway fares. out bucks short.
hours,
fares.
you.
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rent.
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just
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Google

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I
see
better
than
last
streets;
have
my
10
bucks
we
paid
and
you,
how
does
it
minimum
bathroom
signs
the
Children
couple
welfare
hoteis.
get
apartments
taxpayer's
hotels
all,
homeless
people
a
not
sleeping
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WALK
AMERICA
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sense.
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fares,
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or
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wage
wereve
add
but
can't
to
now
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just
sleep
in
city
they
seem
of
these
out?
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police
ibuildings.
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handout
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common
sonse
on
Det
WERE
ARE
conditions
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job,
rent,
ate
electric;
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kitchen
iet
r
front
accomodation
paying
grand
for
empty
After
want
shame
Americans
streets
YOU
make
Even
40
hours,
before
so
any
sense?
family.
keep
trying
There
used
everywhere,
street
them.
agency
offices
because
don't
some
pays
agencies;
actions
park
uses
qULLET
EXPRESS
CONCERNED.
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shelters.
if
doesn't
convicted
daycare,
subway
came
short,
gas
ask
was
more
up.
with
another
be
for-rent
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families;
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month
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rented
money
pay
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is
hand,
ends