Understanding AI scores in Peakto

Understanding AI scores in Peakto

The image inspector in Peakto has a section dedicated to AI scores. This is explained here.

During Image Analysis, Peakto will compute a number of scores and perform some analysis of the content of the image. The various scores and indicators are currently displayed in a section of the inspector. This will change in the future.

- Aesthetic score: this score combines various scores (purely aesthetics, composition, technical) to infer a global score that is used in Panorama 
- Content: extracted keywords, categories, styles are listed here with a color that indicates confidence.
- Color analysis scores are given below and indicate if an image has some specific issues with colors an light.

Those scores are used to create the panorama views.

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