On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 8:09 AM, Antoine Musso <hashar+wmf(a)free.fr> wrote:
Le 20/02/12 22:08, Maarten Dammers a écrit :
Some time ago I played around with computer
vision to get images
categorized on Commons. I documented this at
. I don't think I'm going to spend time on it soon, but the results were
quite promising, so maybe someone else feels like working on this? Would
probably be a pretty nice student project or just fun to do.
Google used a game to add keywords to images. Two people (of of them could
be a robot) were presented two pictures. The aim is to enter a keyword that
best describe the picture and that the other people will choose too. If both
people use the same keyword, you gain points :-)
Imagine, you are being shown a picture whose main subject is a monkey, you
enter "monkey", the other one "monkey" too. You both earn points. The
host now know that the picture is of a monkey :-D
The "Google Image Labeler", there are (funny and offensive) videos of
It is a good idea. Mediawiki does not need a person to check it live,
it has users that are reviewing the changes anyway.
It would be nice to have a *simple* way to put people down and have
them label images, I could find people if it was really simple.
Right now it is not really simple.
Most people just dont have the concentration to read the docs or learn
how to use the wiki.