Human Generated Data

Title

"Packaged House" System, 1942-1952

Date

c. 1942-1952

People

Artist: Walter Gropius, German 1883 - 1969

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Classification

Archival Material

Human Generated Data

Title

"Packaged House" System, 1942-1952

People

Artist: Walter Gropius, German 1883 - 1969

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

c. 1942-1952

Classification

Archival Material

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon

Poster 68.9
Advertisement 68.9
Appliance 65.8
Ceiling Fan 65.8
Text 61.3
Art 61.1
Vehicle 58.5
Transportation 58.5
Aircraft 58.5
Airplane 58.5

Clarifai

people 98.2
illustration 95.2
monochrome 94.4
no person 94.1
man 93.5
adult 93.3
group 89.1
print 88.5
two 87
offense 85.7
one 85.1
vehicle 83.5
art 82.5
symbol 81.4
room 81
business 80.5
card 79.8
indoors 79.3
desktop 78.6
vector 76.6

Imagga

design 23.2
card 21.1
business 19.4
paper 18.5
sign 18
symbol 17.5
silhouette 16.6
drawing 16.5
retro 14.7
graphic 13.9
art 13.6
banner 12.9
man 12.8
bookmark 12.5
male 12.1
blank 12
set 11.9
template 11.9
cartoon 11.6
black 11.4
office 11.2
modern 11.2
celebration 11.2
grunge 11.1
letter 11
device 10.8
collection 10.8
vintage 10.7
style 10.4
icon 10.3
professional 10.1
message 10
old 9.8
text 9.6
pattern 9.6
menu 9.5
money 9.4
decoration 9.3
finance 9.3
note 9.2
stamp 9
mail 8.6
sketch 8.5
decorative 8.3
greeting 8.3
element 8.3
people 7.8
product 7.8
bag 7.7
communication 7.6
book jacket 7.5
box 7.5
fun 7.5
holding 7.4
page 7.4
sport 7.4
coffee 7.4
funny 7.3
holiday 7.2
shopping 7.2
creation 7.1
notebook 7

Google

Text 85.2
Font 80.4
Room 71.4
Poster 69
Illustration 62.3
Art 58.1
Black-and-white 56.4
Shoe 52.1
Graphic design 51.5

Microsoft

drawing 97.8
sketch 96.1
cartoon 94
design 92.1
text 89.4
illustration 82

Feature analysis

Amazon

Poster 68.9%
Ceiling Fan 65.8%
Airplane 58.5%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of text on a white surface 50.7%
a close up of text on a white background 50.6%
close up of text on a white surface 46.2%

Text analysis

Amazon

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Google

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spaced
apart
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horizontal
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elements