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Did you know that in 2018, an image created via artificial intelligence was auctioned off for nearly half a million dollars? Thanks to instances like this,
Whether photographer, picture agency or blogger: One thing is always scarce, time. Therefore it is particularly important to us to make the handling of our system
A service like Copytrack might look pretty simple on the face of things but what actually happens after the image is upload? In today’s article, Copytrack
COPYTRACK releases two free-of-charge interfaces for developers, photographers and picture databases. As of now, COPYTRACK provides APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for its service. The portal for
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How Does Copytrack Find The Images?
From image upload to a hit
After images have been uploaded to our app, the system scales them to an optimal size. Our software then extracts an individual fingerprint from the uploaded images, and stores them in the Copytrack image index.
Searching The World Wide Web
We use different types of web crawlers. Web crawlers are programs that automatically browse the Internet. This way, we search millions of websites every day and index millions of images to compare with the Copytrack image index.
Comparing With The Copytrack Index
When directly comparing the found image with the individual fingerprint of the original image, possible differences such as scaling, color changing, filtering, cropping, resizing and collaging are taken into account. The resulting matches are temporarily stored by our system and prepared for your hit display.
Refining The Hit Data
Before a hit is considered, a lot of data has to be added to the found matches: Information such as the finding page, storage location of the hit image, image publication date, and operator of the finding page is determined. Using this information, the copyright owner can quickly determine whether the image user has obtained a valid license to use their image.
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