Machine learning puts the fun in Microsoft Fetch! app, a recently released application that has users around the world in a hype.
Heading over to the what-dog.net website will reveal a world of possibilities. Deep neural networks are tried over and over again in recognizing the most subtle differences between dog breeds. Even if your pet dog is a mutt, the Microsoft-powered app will try its best to detect the most distinctive features. The results will indicate percentages related to the possible dog breeds involved in your mutt’s genealogy. Click on each of them to find out what best suits the personality of your pet dog.
Fetch! app is another spin for facial recognition software tried over and over by Microsoft. It may also be the most popular app yet that uses machine learning and facial recognition software. Thanks to the deep neural networks, Fetch! app is constantly learning. We are helping the app learn the more we use it.
Machine learning puts the fun in Microsoft Fetch! app. The fun part comes along as you upload a photo of yourself or any of your friends. According to Microsoft’s app, I’m an English Cocker Spaniel. You should discover the traits of this breed on your own. Donald Trump is the embodiment of a Siberian Husky or a Terrier, you choose. Draw your own conclusion, but give the Fetch! app a chance.
Uploading an image of a dog, your pet dog or a human will yield interesting results. Microsoft’s app, more commonly known as What-Dog-is-Your-Face will invite you to upload any photo directly on the website or the app on your phone. A scrapbook is able to keep previously uploaded images for future reference.
When searching for a dog breed, it has to be supported by the database Microsoft included in the software. All images were carefully reviewed by experts on dog breeds. Microsoft encouraged users of the already popular application to provide feedback, even if it’s negative. This way, machine learning will improve the Fetch! app, hopefully to the point of perfection.
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