Cloning into orderings

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Learning from ignorance

Nobody knows what a face is anymore

Haar detect

Adam Harvey http://vimeo.com/12774628

Preparing the data

An algorithm is never alone. How many images for an algorithm to function?

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Preparing the data

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Preparing the data

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Training data

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False positives

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http://kurenniemi.activearchives.org/logbook/?p=429

Negatives?

Cvdazzle.jpg http://cvdazzle.com/

The ignorant algorithm

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Bag of Words

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We have words for the text, we don't have a vocabulary for images.

Scanners

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Scanners_Part_1.mp4 05:35 ->

Scanners_Part_3.mp4 04:07 -> 06:19

Scanners_Part_8.mp4 04:11 -> 04:40

Scanners_Part_10.mp4

Scanners

Considering its rhythmic dimension, scanning means more than digital conversion. Scanning seems to have everything to do with slowness and speed, waiting and moving. The meaning of the word itself is paradoxical in this regard: to scan means to examine minutely and also means to look over quickly. Scanning is a redistribution of attention.

Scanners

Anton Ehrenzweig, 'unconscious scanning', to let the gestalt dissolve

Scanners

What then if we look at the scanner not only as a practical digital photocopier but as a tool that can be extended to look at the entire archive, something that can (make us) scan and skim, minutely observe and look over rapidly. A scanner gone back to its etymological root from the Late Latin scandere "to scan verse". A device trying to mark off verses in digital images, fueling its algorithms with matrices of pixels rather than the metric feet. As we know from poetry, verses are structures aimed at creating an aesthetic effect, but also to create a mnemonic one.

Orderings as bindings

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