Googles new neuronal network NIMA judges automatically images similar to humans

Googles new neuronal network NIMA (Neural Image Assessment) can judge images automatically according to quality and aesthetics. In a test NIMA analysed images from the image database AVA (Aesthetic Visual Analysis) according to aesthetics. The results were very similar to the judgements of the humans – see image below. Additionally NIMA is able to recognize distortions and unsharpness in images which will be judged lower.

NIMA-Bewertungen
Evaluations of NIMA with images from AVA-database (in brackets the average values from the users) (Bild: Google)
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