Kitchen utensils are pictured after a fire broke out in a slum area in Jammu
1 A METAL POT
6 A SILVER POT
A supporter of Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has his picture on his head during a public appearance by Nashrallah at a religious procession
1 MAN WITH A BEARD
2 MAN WITH A HAT ON FACE
A Man in a Black Cap
2 MAN WITH A HAT ON
3 MAN HAS A BEARD
File photo of farmers collecting corn for a cargo at a farm in Gaocheng
Portrait of V.I. Lenin with cap, in the style of Jackson Pollock III
A boy immerses an idol of Hindu god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, into the Sabarmati river during the 10-day-long Ganesh Chaturthi festival, in Ahmedabad
WATER, BOAT, OUTDOOR, MAN, RIDING, POND, BAYOU, RIVER, CREEK, RAFT
WATER, SPORT, OUTDOOR, MAN, RIDING, RIVER, POND, RAFT, OCEAN, DOCK
A North Korean defector, who declined to be named and requested his face not to be photographed due to his safety, looks at a screen as he poses for photographs after an interview with Reuters in Seoul
'The Parish Clerk' (Edward Orpin, Parish Clerk of Bradford-upon-Avon)
Emmanuel Benazera developed the software that powered Recognition. He is a former AI researcher with CNRS, NASA and other institutions. His areas of interest include machine learning, search engines and automated decision making. He is a keen Open Source advocate and participates in the development of a handful of open deep learning, optimization and search tools.
Miguel Carvalhais is a designer and musician. He is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto, and specialises in computational art and design practices.
Obama delivers an address at the Lao National Cultural Hall, on the sidelines of the Asean Summit, in Vientiane, Laos
Jonathan Ernst is currently a Washington-based staff photographer for Reuters News Pictures. His photograph of President Obama was selected and compared to an artwork from the Tate collection by Recognition.
Vietnamese detained while attempting to cross the border illegally from Belarus to Lithuania, according to border officials, are seen in a cell in a temporary detention facility in Smorgon
Still Life: Vertical Structures, Three Times Three
Vasily Fedosenko is currently a staff photographer for Reuters News Pictures based in Belarus. His photograph of men in a prison cell was selected and compared to an artwork from the Tate collection by Recognition.
A man walks along the Revolution Square following the announcmenet of the death of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, in Havana
The Surrey Canal, Camberwell
A migrant is carried by members of the Italian Red Cross as he is disembarked from a MSF (Medecins Sans Frontieres) vessel in the Sicilian harbour of Catania
Natalie D Kane is a curator, writer and researcher based in Manchester, UK. She is Curator & Editor at FutureEverything (UK) an innovation lab for digital culture and festival, and holds a research position at Changeist (NL), a research, consulting and creative group that helps organizations navigate complex futures.
A screen shows the DOW Jones industrial average after the close of trading on the floor of the NYSE
Work No 232: the whole world +the work = the whole world
Peter Kennard is a London born and based photomontage artist and Senior Research Reader in Photography, Art and the Public Domain at the Royal College of Art.
Erik Kessels is a Dutch artist, designer and curator with a particular interest in photography, and creative director of KesselsKramer, an advertising agency in Amsterdam.
Acura introduces its new car cockpit design at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles
1939, cast 1959
Matthew Plummer Fernandez is a British/Columbian artist who incorporates software and internet practices into sculpture.
Military personnel inspect the site of a bomb attack at Tak Bai district in the troubled southern province of Narathiwat
Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View
Anne Racine is currently Head of Communication and Sponsorship at Jeau de Paume in Paris, a cultural centre for photography, cinema and video in Paris.
An assortment of 5250 illicit firearms and small weapons, recovered during various security operations is arranged in different stock-piles before its destruction in Ngong Hills near Kenya's capital Nairobi
Caroline Sinders is a machine learning user, designer, researcher, artist and digital anthropologist obsessed with language, culture and images.
A man cools down in a fountain in London, Britain
Two Compositions: A Claudian Seaport and an Open Landscape
Matthew Smith works in the Computational Science Lab at Microsoft Research, and is committed to improving society’s (people, businesses, governments) abilities to predict geotemporal phenomena (properties and processes that can be associated with geographical space and time).
Officials gather ballots in the second round vote of the French center-right presidential primary election at a polling station in Marseille
Jon Snow is an English journalist and television presenter, currently employed by ITN. He has been the main presenter of Channel 4 News since 1989.
U.S. democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greets members of the news media on her newly unveiled campaign plane at the Westchester County airport in White Plains
Agrippina Landing at Brindisium with the Ashes of Germanicus
Brian Snyder is a Boston-based photojournalist, who covers local, national and international news stories and events. He is a Senior Staff Photographer with Thomson Reuters and a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University. Brian is a two-time Boston Press Photographers Association photographer of the year. His photograph of Hilary Clinton was paired with an artwork from the Tate collection by Recognition.
Dancers perform during the Diwali lights switch on in Leicester
Darren Staples is currently a UK-based staff photographer for Reuters News Pictures. His photograph of Diwali celebrations in Leeds was selected and compared to an artwork from the Tate collection by Recognition.
Visitors selected matches with a composition similarity 6% higher than Recognition.
(66.8% vs 60.7%)
Both visitors and Recognition selected matches with a near-equal object similarity.
(14.5% vs 14.8%)
Visitors selected matches with a lower facial similarity than Recognition, but neither were high.
(0.2% vs 1.2%)
Visitors selected matches less similar in context than Recognition.
(16.3% vs 23.2%)