Google trains brand new neural network called PlaNet

Google has made an announcement that it has succeeded in developing, or one should say that the company has trained an all new neural network termed as PlaNet. It won’t enhance video thumbnails, but instead can know the location of any image without any extra information. The PlaNet system can tell where an image has been taken and generally specifies it to a continent, though in a few particular cases it can even remarkably determine a city or even the exact street name on the basis of the origination of a given image. It succeeded in doing so by analyzing pixels of an uploaded photo and looking for patterns on the Internet. Obviously, PlaNet has lot of loopholes, including the localization process which provides street-level exact results can just be…

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