An AI Curated a Magazine Using Image Recognition Technology

EyeEm magazine cover. Images courtesy the artists and EyeEm EyeEm is a photography community and marketplace of over 18 million photographers. It also publishes a magazine, also called EyeEm. For its fourth issue, Machina: A Curation of Real Photography by a Machine, the company turned to an artificial intelligence powered by computer vision, EyeEm Vision, to curate the magazine, selecting the photographs it feels are the best aesthetically and most impactful. Now, before the inner smartphone photographer in you rolls your eyes, understand that it is pretty neat that a machine can, in some ways, learn to identify photographic aesthetics like a human. Sure, an A.I. cannot truly exercise a similar series of complex calculations of why an image might be great or resonant, but it’s certainly intriguing to see…

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