A website I frequent leads me to click on articles from the British website The Daily Mail. One thing that had me curious about the site is that pictures on the site have a small popup appear next to them that identifies an article of clothing the picture subject is wearing. It includes a name of the garment, name of the retailer you can purchase it from and the cost. Of course it is linked to a website you can purchase said item.
What I can’t figure out is if computer recognition had gotten so good that it can pick out an article of clothing, identify it and give you all the information I’ve listed above or if this "feature"is being done manually. If it’s being done manually it amazes me that there are people that are that knowledgeable to be able to id so many random articles of clothing.
So, the question is, anyone know if this “feature” is an auto computer generated system or is it manually done? Here is a link to an article on the daily Mail which will demonstrate what I am referring to. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2539942/Mind-bending-pictures-ethereal-models-floating-upside-Far-East.html