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.
This of course turns reality upside down. You
are attaching more
importance to the tagging than to the actual usage. When an image is
examined, and it is seen that it is used only as it should be, there
should be no difficulty in adding the missing tag.