Human Generated Data

Title

12 Paint Rocks

Date

People
Classification

Straus Materials

Human Generated Data

Title

12 Paint Rocks

People
Date

Classification

Straus Materials

Machine Generated Data

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Clarifai

paper 98
business 95.3
no person 94.6
money 94.1
balance 93.5
food 93
currency 90.4
finance 89.5
wood 89.5
desktop 89.3
financial 87.9
note 87.5
symbol 85.9
isolate 83.6
collection 82.8
wealth 81.5
document 80.9
wooden 80.6
achievement 80
chocolate 79.9

Imagga

money 37.5
currency 35
envelope 34.7
coins 29.9
finance 26.2
coin 24.8
bank 24.2
cash 22
wealth 19.8
financial 19.6
banking 19.3
spoon 18.7
card 18.6
business 18.2
savings 17.7
brown 16.9
wooden spoon 16.8
food 16.6
board 15.9
wooden 14.9
investment 14.7
knife 14.2
dollar 13.9
exchange 13.4
bill 13.3
economy 13
note 12.9
closeup 12.8
close 12.6
change 12.5
wood 11.9
banknotes 11.8
snack 11.1
insulating material 10.7
stock 10.3
paper 10.2
banknote 9.7
pastry 9.6
objects 9.6
shell 9.6
container 9.5
healthy 9.4
gold 9
meal 8.9
metal 8.9
breakfast 8.8
hundred 8.7
object 8.1
building material 8
tool 7.9
ingredient 7.9
letter opener 7.9
wheat 7.8
dollars 7.7
pound 7.7
treasure 7.7
organic 7.6
number 7.5
rich 7.5
symbol 7.4
device 7.3
hairbrush 7.2
edge tool 7.1
silver 7.1
nut 7.1

Google

Leaf 75.9
Font 75
Metal 60.7
Fashion accessory 54.6
Rock 54.2

Microsoft

food 13.2
recipe 12
museum 4.8

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of items on a table 44.1%
a group of items on a table 35.4%
a bunch of items that are sitting on a table 27.9%

Text analysis

Google

6
WARtTR
TO
w
.
rortis
OCTOBER
1937
that
found
in
the
River,
Californie.
used
toedr
faces:
smooth
out,
PAINT
E.
yon
Calaveras
County,
they
you
wet
one
of
them
with
stone
THE
roGG
Mr.
Werner
these
were
Tuolemne
pigments
to
paint
come
as
ROCKS
IN
Indians
and
rub
it
a
shown
samples.
9
10
6 PAINT ROCKS GİVEN BY LANGDON WARtTR TO E. w. rortis yon THE roGG COLLFCTION IN OCTOBER 1937 Mr. Werner says that these were found in the Tuolemne River, Calaveras County, Californie. It is supposed that they were the pigments used by the Indians to paint toedr faces: Ir you wet one of them and rub it with a smooth stone the come out, as shown in the samples. 9 10
GİVEN
BY
LANGDON
COLLFCTION
says
It
is
supposed
by
Ir