In the future when you’re going through a particularly challenging page of Where’s Wally, an easy solution could be possible.
A robot with the one and only purpose of picking out the intangible Wally’s face in a crowd has been built.
Designed by creative agency Redpepper the robot uses artificial intelligence software to identify Wally in a crowd of other fictional faces and then uses a robotic arm to point him out.
Matt Reed, the creative technologist at Redpepper, told The Verge: “I got all of the Waldo training images from Google Image Search; 62 distinct Waldo heads and 45 Waldo heads plus body.
“I thought that wouldn’t be enough data to build a strong model but it gives surprisingly good predictions on Waldos that weren’t in the original training set.”
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