Is it possible to classify images using an unsupervised learning algorithm ???

I want to classify images into two groups for gender identification (face images) using any unsupervised algorithm

19th Aug 2019, 12:42 PM
Vaibhav Shetty
Vaibhav Shetty - avatar
4 Respostas
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It's technically possible but it's classifications would still need to be moderated for accuracy. Most image recognition systems have a database of images they are trained on, and the algorithm then matches key points in the image to the database and picks the statistically most likely option (e.g. a blue flat thing with light reflecting off it might be a window or some water, but if it has straight/smooth edges it is more likely to be a window). It ultimately depends what you want the algorithm to do; if you want to see what happens then go for it and tell us about it, if its for a specific purpose you may be better off giving it a training set first.
19th Aug 2019, 12:57 PM
Rincewind - avatar
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That would require more time/samples than supervised learning.
19th Aug 2019, 2:32 PM
Sonic - avatar
I’d say so, yes. google and apple have done it
19th Aug 2019, 12:47 PM
Brave Tea
Brave Tea - avatar
Labeling unlabeled data, maybe. It might work better to help identify anomalous patterns
19th Aug 2019, 12:54 PM
Steven M
Steven M - avatar