A scientific paper from University of Toronto and Spain’s Institut de Robòtica i Informatica Industrial shows how machine vision will be able to tag a fashion faux pas

An open-access paper from the Computer Vision Foundation shows the possibility of using algorithms, machine vision and crowd-sourced data to create a gauge for fashionability. The system can even be used for generating suggestions to improve your fashion sense.

In the paper entitled “Neuroaesthetics in Fashion: Modeling the Perception of Fashionability,” four scholars explored how advanced computer recognition can make sense of an #ootd photo, predict the reaction of a fashion-minded crowd and provide ideas for improvements.

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