WHAT... if the identification of individuals on photos is no longer a time-consuming research process?
No matter how well you know the world of politics, a group photo of a summit can be a challenge for any experienced editor. It's not surprising that some people are completely unknown to us. But in the past, the exclusive use of agency reports in captions has proved to be problematic. But how can you identify people as quickly as possible without researching them yourself?
Facial recognition is no longer a technological miracle. And the Internet, which is full of images showing people of public interest, offers a platform that supports the learning of algorithms only too well. With a simple online tool that uses such an algorithm, it would be easy to identify politicians, athletes and celebrities. A simple upload of the corresponding image would be sufficient. And the question "Who is that?" could be answered without great effort.