Google Image Source Search In Depth

Created: Saturday, July 6, 2013, posted by at 4:00 am


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Google’s Image Source Search is an amazing piece of work – we use it all the time to find a source of an unknown image! So how does Google recognize an image — with text, of course Google’s search algorithms have some content to index and then retrieve? But what does it store for images? Colors? Resolution? File name? Or more?

Learn how Google’s Image Source Search works.

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