In which case, how does one process such images for recognition and filtering purposes without breaking the law?However it is illegal to possess images of child abuse, digitally or in print
What type of lightbulb are they comparing it to? A 100W incandescent, 10W LED, my bedside light which has a 1W bulb in it (I bet his system doesn't use less than that)?and uses less power than a lightbulb
So it's even worse than I first thought. How do you check that the thing is working properly without looking at a huge sample of input images and checking how it rates them?Given that, I find the claim of how many child abuse images actually found to be overly high as I doubt anyone has examined them ...
It's not a "kiddie porn" detector, it's a "not safe for work" image detector but I doubt any research on power consumption for that has been done either.Heater wrote: ↑Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:45 pmNever mind the light bulb power consumption comparison. 1 Watt, 10 Watts, 100 Watts, whatever. That is all journalistic fluff.
Is there any existing research out there on kiddie porn detected per billion images per watt out there to compare to? I think not. (Correct me if I am wrong)
If you want to scale this up to youtube scale then what?
This is the fundamental problem with zero tolerance and purely technical offences where one is guilty simply by way of possession with Mens Rea and all other mitigations taken out of the equation. Made worse with minimum mandated sentences.
He probably trained it on porn so that any picture that may likely be porn is flagged.Heater wrote: ↑Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:39 pmFrom the article:In which case, how does one process such images for recognition and filtering purposes without breaking the law?However it is illegal to possess images of child abuse, digitally or in print
How does one train such a system without feeding it thousands of similarly illegal images, which one presumably "possesses"?
He doesn't seem to have done much himself except get it to actually work with a Pi. He is using Intel Movidius sticks to classify images and using an open source algorithm from Yahoo.
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