Human Generated Data

Title

Push Down & Turn

Date

2001

People

Artist: Rose Watts,

Classification

Prints

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Werner Pfeiffer, M26548.8

Human Generated Data

Title

Push Down & Turn

People

Artist: Rose Watts,

Date

2001

Classification

Prints

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
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Newspaper 99
Text 99
Label 94.7
Human 83.5
Person 83.5
Person 76
Person 71.6
Animal 71.4
Pet 71.4
Cat 71.4
Mammal 71.4
Person 70.2
Page 69.6
Cat 68.5
Skin 65.5
Paper 59.3
Person 56
Person 55.2
Person 45.5

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vintage 93.8
desktop 93
vector 92.8
print 91.8
design 91.4
abstract 90.8
illustration 89.7
paper 89.5
texture 88.8
page 88.7
graphic 88.2
art 88.1
text 85.9
pattern 84.4
decoration 84.1
fabric 82.4
template 81.6
old 81.4
element 81.4
set 80.5

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newspaper 60.8
daily 48.2
trilobite 47.4
product 43.9
arthropod 37.8
creation 35.3
book 33.2
business 28.5
invertebrate 28.4
paper 28.2
money 27.2
bible 24.5
cash 22.9
currency 22.4
page 22.3
holy 21.2
religion 20.6
religious 20.6
read 20.2
prayer 19.3
text 19.2
word 18.9
banking 18.4
god 18.2
finance 17.7
dollar 17.6
dollars 17.4
faith 17.2
bank 17.2
wealth 17
financial 16.9
old 16.7
definition 16.7
print 16
information 15.9
testament 15.8
close 15.4
new 15.4
gospel 14.8
brass 14.8
animal 14.7
words 14.7
letter 14.7
detail 14.5
spiritual 14.4
scripture 13.8
belief 13.6
open 13.5
pay 13.4
document 13
antique 13
association 12.8
idea 12.5
exchange 12.4
memorial 12.3
closeup 12.1
artwork 11.9
us 11.6
creative 11.5
cloud 11.2
cover 11.1
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black 10.8
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bills 10.7
pray 10.7
hundred 10.6
finances 10.6
reading 10.5
cross 10.4
study 10.3
savings 10.3
graphic 10.2
church 10.2
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art 9.8
king 9.7
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news 9.7
books 9.7
advertisement 9.6
spirituality 9.6
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bill 9.5
investment 9.2
data 9.1
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franklin 8.9
catholic 8.8
banknote 8.7
letters 8.7
states 8.7
education 8.7
advertising 8.6
economy 8.3
note 8.3
backdrop 8.2
structure 8.1
success 8
copy 8
chapter 7.9
rosary 7.9
biblical 7.9
dictionary 7.9
associated 7.9
funds 7.8
banknotes 7.8
legal 7.8
brochure 7.8
carpet 7.8
income 7.8
advertise 7.8
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knowledge 7.7
saint 7.7
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writing 7.5
commerce 7.5
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Google
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Newspaper 86.8
Publication 85.3
Font 82.9
Knee 79.5
News 79.1
Newsprint 77.2
Thigh 73.7
Human leg 71.2
Elbow 69.6
Paper 68.7
Automotive wheel system 61.5
Paper product 61.2
Pattern 59.5
Sitting 58.1
Advertising 56.8
Waist 56.2

Microsoft
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text 99.7
footwear 94.3
newspaper 93.1
clothing 69.5

Feature analysis

Amazon

Person 83.5%
Cat 71.4%

Captions

Microsoft

text 98.3%

Text analysis

Amazon

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scapula
90
direction.
the
trom
to
The
vial
held
tightens
pronation
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is
right
arms
laterally
as
are
major.
elbow
also
opposition.
opposite
equal
extend
turned
wise
left
flexion
hand
shoulder
forearm
by
down
and
this
Both
elbows
tact
wrist
degrees.
on
be
folt
in
infraspinatus
rotator
muscies
upper
arm
rotate
muscles
sub-
major
girdle
shouíder
finger
thumb
a
forward
of
slightly
occurs
for
turning
same
time
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trapezius
i
anterior
above
swings
going
paimar
around
(lolt
states,
there
anti-clock-
pectoralis
where
For
occur
index
finger.
with
lid,
serratus
85
By
now
cylindrical
pushes
Nd
rotates
latissimus
dorsi,
towards
use
pollicis
cles.
boids
palmar
scapula,
extension
cle
unwinds
at
nate
reaction
brachialis
radialis
prona-
briefly
about
an
obliquely
itor
teres
radius.
back).
[forearm)
course
direc-
Law
triceps
continue
abduction
faces
radlus
over
ulna.
tions.
grip
der.
one
tension
using
later-
medially
trunk
joint
ally
middle
flexed
flexor
movement
Adduction
pro-
hom-
side
called
prehension,
quadratus
(chest),
ulna
arm).
grasps
cuff
begins
compressed
longus
muscle.
will
minor
pronator
that
used
cap.
degrees
motor
crease
life-ine.
supplemented
neu-
ue
tral
Newton's
wisted
"For
every
action,
mus-
direction
or
comes
con-
pronated,
lid
extends
maximally
rior.
grasping
power
following
hands.
cap
wil
contin-
scapulae
position
neither
reaction."
girdle,
shoul-
grasped
paim
crosses
ante-
can
scapularis
girdle.
muscle,
muscles.
levator
maximum
wrapped
deltoid
(upper