Wolfram's ID project launch touts ImageIdentify function

You see a picture but you cannot name it. “What animal is this?” “Hmm, sort of looks like a guitar, not a cello—what is this instrument?” The Wolfram Language Identification Project was launched on Wednesday to answer such questions. The project page invites visitors to drag any picture from a group (drag a pic from a web page, snap it on your phone, or load it from a file) and find out what ImageIdentify thinks it is: After you drag a chosen image over to the square, you immediately get a list of facts about the object and if you want to know more, it takes you to the Wolfram|Alpha page where you can ask anything beyond the information you got.
Source: Phys.org

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