Considering I enjoy brunch, volunteer at a dog shelter, and live in San Francisco surrounded by water, it made sense.
However, I was surprised to see that they had correctly labeled some photos of my dog as a Spitz, a breed most people have never heard of since she's normally considered a chow or told that she looks like a fox.
A scan performed at 18 to 20 weeks the fetus is large enough for an accurate survey of the fetal anatomy.
Image recognition is hard, and your Instagram filters aren't helping.
Fast Forward Labs released a new app called Pictograph that scans your Instagram photos and identifies what you photograph the most.
It's not tracking hashtags or locations, the labels that the photographer chooses.
Instead, the app analyzes the images themselves to categorize each shot, sorting photos of shorelines and burgers into their own categories.