I don't think anyone has ever claimed the
Foundation *does* say this...>>
Good, now that we agree that Fair Use images may be used.
Is there a way for a bot to recognize what context an image is being used
in, for it to know which ones *may* be in violation of some contextual issue?
Only in a limited number of circumstances, for example: if the image is
claimed to be an album cover, a bot may detect if it is used in an article
about an album.
In all other circumstances, the bot has to depend on a complete fair use
rationale, one which explicitly states in which articles the image is
used fairly. Fortunately, this is mandatory, so a bot can work 100%
correctly on properly tagged images.