Human Generated Data

Title

Gloria Bush from "Materials Lab"

Date

2015

People

Artist: Fernanda Fragateiro, Portuguese born 1962

Classification

Sculpture

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2015.24.10

Copyright

© Fernanda Fragateiro

Human Generated Data

Title

Gloria Bush from "Materials Lab"

People

Artist: Fernanda Fragateiro, Portuguese born 1962

Date

2015

Classification

Sculpture

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-04-09

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Clarifai
created on 2018-08-22

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Imagga
created on 2018-08-22

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Google
created on 2018-08-22

font 58.9
paper 56.8
picture frame 51.8

Microsoft
created on 2018-08-22

wall 99.1
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scene 95.1
gallery 91.1
indoor 90.2

Feature analysis

Amazon

Book 100%

Captions

Microsoft

a sign on the side of the room 64.7%
a display in a room 64.6%
a sign in a room 64.5%

Text analysis

Amazon

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