Google's New AI Can Tell Where Your Photo Was Taken Without Using Geotags
Geege Schuman stashed this in Google
Today, MIT Tech Review reports on a new effort led by Tobias Weyand, a computer vision specialist at Google, to create a computer that sees a photo and can instantly figure out where in the world it’s from. The system was fed over 90 million geotagged images across the planet, and trained to spot patterns based on location.
I don't know whether to be impressed or frightened by this. Maybe both.