What Facebook Can See In Your Photographs?
When you upload any photo to your Facebook account, they look at the actual content of the picture and try to determine what objects and views are inside the image. You may not have added any details, yet Facebook can determine what the picture is.
Whether you are doing a pizza, enjoying the sun on the beach, playing with your dog or spending the evening with friends, Facebook can understand yourself by the picture correctly, for their blind users. Internally used captions to prepare these machines to make the pictures more accessible.
What Facebook Can See In Your Photographs
FACEBOOK COMPUTER VISION TAG
If you are curious to know how much information has been received in the Facebook Visual Validation Algorithm in your picture, here is an easy way to view the data here.
Open any photo on Facebook website and click on the thumbnail to view the extended version of the image.
Right-click on the image and inspect it to open Chrome Dev Tools. This trick will work in all modern browsers as they have built-in developer tools.
Look at the alt attribute of the image tag * and you will get details of the picture.
Facebook’s computer vision cover many concepts, including food, objects (e.g., glasses), expression of the people (they are smiling?), sports, nature (sky, mountains) and more. The best part – if you are in the picture of a group, then Facebook can tell you the correct number of people in the frame correctly.