Human Generated Data

Title

Single Sheet of White Paper with Text in Faint Black Ink and Stars on a Few Letters

Date

1979-1980

People

Artist: James Lee Byars, American 1932 - 1997

Classification

Archival Material

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Transfer from the Busch-Reisinger Museum Archives, 2003.80.18

Copyright

© The Estate of James Lee Byars / Michael Werner Gallery

Human Generated Data

Title

Single Sheet of White Paper with Text in Faint Black Ink and Stars on a Few Letters

People

Artist: James Lee Byars, American 1932 - 1997

Date

1979-1980

Classification

Archival Material

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2019-05-30

Text 99.8
Handwriting 91.9
Letter 86.3

Clarifai
created on 2019-05-30

desktop 98
algebra 97.5
pattern 97.3
design 97
texture 96.7
scribble 96.6
chalk out 96
handwriting 95.7
art 94.6
education 94.6
illustration 94.5
paper 93.9
abstract 93.9
vintage 93.5
picture frame 93.4
school 93.4
old 93.1
formula 92.3
blank 92.3
mathematics 92.1

Imagga
created on 2019-05-30

map 70
envelope 47.9
representation 46.2
paper 38.6
old 32.8
vintage 32.3
antique 30.7
container 28.5
journal 27.9
texture 26.5
page 25.1
grunge 24.7
frame 21.4
wallpaper 20.7
sepia 20.5
aged 19
design 18.6
plan 18
pattern 17.8
document 17.7
text 17.5
retro 17.2
border 17.2
card 16.9
ancient 16.5
art 16.5
geography 16.4
blank 15.5
atlas 15.3
world 15.1
navigation 14.5
book 14.4
textured 14
drawing 13.8
letter 13.8
dirty 13.6
travel 13.4
globe 13
business 12.8
manuscript 12.7
capital 12.4
canvas 12.3
journey 12.3
notebook 12.1
empty 12.1
message 11.9
expedition 11.9
guide 11.8
position 11.7
discovery 11.7
continent 11.7
tourism 11.6
gold 11.5
post 11.5
planet 11.5
direction 11.5
grungy 11.4
write 11.3
office 11.3
note 11
geographic 10.9
boundary 10.9
navigate 10.8
location 10.8
symbol 10.8
find 10.8
route 10.8
history 10.8
tour 10.7
nation 10.4
word 10.4
sheet 10.4
city 10
road 10
backdrop 9.9
explore 9.8
new 9.7
archipelago 9.7
torn 9.7
country 9.7
ink 9.6
parchment 9.6
path 9.5
print 9.4
menu 9.3
decorative 9.2
land 9.1
faded 8.8
states 8.7
stained 8.7
postcard 8.6
state 8.6
damaged 8.6
sketch 8.6
writing 8.5
sign 8.3
paint 8.2
graphic 8
color 7.8
line 7.7
floral 7.7
worn 7.7
communication 7.6
decoration 7.3
detail 7.3
school 7.2

Google
created on 2019-05-30

Text 97.3
Handwriting 95.2
Font 84.1
Line 75.5
Paper 73.9
Document 67.1
Notebook 65.1
Paper product 62.2
Writing 59.1
Parallel 55.1

Microsoft
created on 2019-05-30

text 99.9
handwriting 99.8
drawing 94.7
whiteboard 90.4
child art 85.5
sketch 82.6
letter 70.8
calligraphy 56.2

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of text on a whiteboard 80.5%
close up of text on a whiteboard 78.4%
a close up of a whiteboard 76.3%

Text analysis

Amazon

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another.
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