Research agency looks to improve photograph location identification

08/3/2011 | InformationWeek

A U.S. government agency wants to create technology to boost intelligence officials' ability to identify where photographs are taken. Current geotagging systems -- which rely on crowdsourcing and image matching -- work well for photographs taken in well-traveled areas, but the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants to combine analysts' efforts with technology to tag a wider range of pictures.

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