Human Generated Data

Title

Female Nude Leaning Slightly to Proper Right

Date

20th century

People

Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

Classification

Drawings

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Richard B. Bailey and Nanette C. Sexton in memory of Professor Frederick Deknatel, 1991.331

Copyright

© Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Human Generated Data

Title

Female Nude Leaning Slightly to Proper Right

People

Artist: Alexander Calder, American 1898 - 1976

Date

20th century

Classification

Drawings

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2020-04-30

Drawing 99.6
Art 99.6
Human 99.6
Sketch 98.6
Modern Art 66.7
Person 64.4

Clarifai
created on 2020-04-30

people 98
illustration 96.4
no person 95.5
art 95.4
monochrome 94.6
man 90.3
adult 87.4
woman 87.3
artistic 87
painting 86.1
one 85.9
medicine 85.3
science 84.7
retro 84.6
chalk out 84.3
graphic design 80.5
creativity 80
design 79.7
visuals 78.9
healthcare 78.9

Imagga
created on 2020-04-30

sketch 100
drawing 100
representation 95.2
art 21.7
grunge 16.2
old 16
paper 15.7
black 13.8
close 13.1
vintage 12.4
dollar 12.1
money 11.9
design 11.8
currency 11.7
one 11.2
finance 11
frame 10.8
retro 10.6
artistic 10.4
texture 10.4
antique 10.4
pattern 10.2
banking 10.1
cash 10.1
history 9.8
financial 9.8
detail 9.6
ancient 9.5
bill 9.5
symbol 9.4
bank 8.9
style 8.9
business 8.5
sculpture 8.5
savings 8.4
artwork 8.2
wealth 8.1
curve 7.9
face 7.8
decoration 7.7
line 7.7
wall 7.7
letter 7.3
object 7.3
stamp 7.3
religion 7.2
textured 7

Google
created on 2020-04-30

Microsoft
created on 2020-04-30

sketch 99.9
drawing 99.9
text 98.5
art 98.1
child art 96.6
painting 93.4
cartoon 85.4
illustration 70.8
ink 69.5
nude 61.8
black and white 59.2
gallery 52.4
room 41.9

Face analysis

Amazon

AWS Rekognition

Age 26-40
Gender Female, 55.9%
Sad 63.1%
Angry 2.6%
Calm 18.4%
Disgusted 0.2%
Happy 2.1%
Confused 3.6%
Surprised 0.9%
Fear 9%

Feature analysis

Amazon

Person 64.4%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of a screen 40.8%