Great news for those who ever wondered who was on the pictures on my blog. Now all my pictures have been analyzed to give you more information about the people on those pictures.
What are you talking about?
Below each picture I’ve added a some facts. First of all, you will see the adult score of the picture. No surprise here when I say most of my pictures have an adult score that is higher than 50%.
Underneath, some information about the people on the picture has been added. This will let you know their age and their emotions. When you click one these lines, a rectangle will be drawn around the face of that person - a feature that is very handy for group pictures. Don’t worry, when you click on it again, the rectangle will disappear.
Did you analyze those pictures all by yourself?
No, of course not. That would have cost me at least a few years. Thanks to some great programmers, I was able to let these pictures get analyzed by some software.
Is this information included when I reblog a post?
No, this information is added by a script on my blog only. If you’ll reblog a post, only the standard content (picture, caption, tags…) will be included.
Is all the information accurate?
It probably isn’t. At least not for all the pictures. As I already said, the analysis itself is done by some software and as we all know: computers can be wrong, certainly when guessing age and emotions. However, it seems like most of the results are very good. I would say 85% of all the information is accurate.
I don’t see those facts, what happened?
Those facts are being stored on another server, since Tumblr doesn’t offer storage like that. This is why the data isn’t shown right away - it should get the information from that other site first. In normal circumstances, this wouldn’t take much time (max. 1 second), but there could be exceptions of course.
My advice: wait a few seconds and if that doesn’t work, reload the page.
I see the adult score, but no information about the people.
Not all pictures are interpretable for software. Maybe the picture is overexposed or maybe the face is partially covered or maybe there’s no face at all on the picture. In all those case, it’s impossible to get the people information, since the software is created for analyzing faces - and not other body parts.
Enjoy this feature!