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Recognizr can identify you by your photo alone

A new prototype application from the Swedish firm The Astonishing Tribe can auto-discover social-networking information about someone based on nothing more than a mobile phone photo.

By February 23, 2010


Riya launches Like.com, visual search for shoppers

Riya is launching its next product, Like.com, a visual catalog and search tool for consumer goods.

By November 8, 2006


Google offers snapshot of VisualRank efforts

It's a tough nut to crack, but the system being worked up by Google researchers aims to sort out images by means of visual cues rather than by associated text.

By May 2, 2008


Riya enters private beta

Riya enters private beta

By March 21, 2006


Riya brings order to mountains of digital photos

Riya's Web-based service involves photo search. But that oversimplifies what could be one of the coolest--or scariest--innovations to come along in some time.

By February 7, 2006


Up next: Cameras that know who you photographed

Face recognition technology built into cameras could make it easier to organize and find photos, once the computational challenges are solved.

By November 14, 2007


Like.com: Neat site or serious search tool?

Does Like.com "visual image search" increase the likelihood of shoppers being paired with what they will buy, or is it simply another cool-but-useless application?

By August 15, 2007


Polar Rose inches towards useful face recognition

Polar Rose inches towards useful face recognition with the release of a beta that lets users tag photos online.

By August 3, 2007


Google image search recognizes faces

How to hack your search URL to get Google to pick out pictures with people in them.

By June 1, 2007