The World Wide Web continues to grow, expand and advance to higher dimensions. The earliest computers required you to understand binary code. Now, Slyce image recognition software may be lifting the Internet to the next phase with pictures.
“First Phase: What is Binary Code?”
All computers use binary code to understand what to do. The word “binary” means “two” and refers to the option of “0” or “1” for each computer action. Computer programmers and mathematicians might also to refer to this as “Yes” or “No.”
Machines only understand whether they should complete a function or not. Computer languages are largely unintelligible to humans; thus, the first step to make the Internet more valuable was to upgrade to keywords.
“Second Phase: Keyword Search Algorithms”
Bing, Google and Yahoo use complicated algorithms to determine the most relevant match for your online searches. By typing in a keyword, you are giving these search engines a description of what you need. Google search engine algorithms provide you with a list of the most relevant websites for your keyword combination.
Google will work with Web Masters to improve their websites to make them more responsive to keyword searches. Most websites will use a “text box” for searches. This replicates the overall Internet search engines on a smaller scale.
“Third Phase: Slyce Image Recognition Software”
The MIT Technology Review has highlighted a compelling new artificial intelligence (AI) technology of Slyce, which allows you to search websites using images. This takes the Internet to the next phase. Now, pictures can be used for more complicated searches for people, products or services.
Describing clothing, electronic gadgets or vehicles in a few words can be a challenge. Most “text search boxes” are very sensitive. If you don’t get the exact terms correct, you might not find what you are looking for.
The Slyce image recognition software could revolutionize the Web. Already, Pinterest and “Shoes.com” are involved in beta testing of the Slyce AI. The primary industry that is being targeted in the early stages is fashion eTailers. Searching online for shoes, clothes and accessories can be a chore.
In the future, smart phone users might be able to take a picture of a family member, upload it to an eTailer and search for the right clothing. Reduce returns after Christmas with the revolutionary “deep learning” Slyce image recognition system. The third phase of eCommerce data may have begun.