11.11 azcv landmarks more
Here’s a photo I took of Taiwan’s 101 tower in Taipei. Quite a landmark for sure. Let’s see if it is recognised as such:
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/30Kv7FL 0.98,Taipei 101
Not a great photo I admit but clearly identified (at least with 98% confidence) as Taipei 101.
One of the ancient wonders of the world is Borobudur in Central Java, Indonesia. It is a standout landmark and with full confidence (100%) it is correctly identified.
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/3g9MKWP 1.0,Borobudur
The beautiful Ha Long Bay in Vietnam is a natural wonder of the world, even older than the above two human created landmarks. It’s a location of such beauty yet so much at risk from uncaring human neglect. It is recognised with considerable confidence by the AI so let’s try to keep it that way:
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/3fSBSh3 0.96,Ha Long Bay
Please, help to retain these places of incredible beauty that adorn our planet—we are masters of our own planet, so let’s take that responsibility seriously.
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