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Google's new AI knows which images you'll like - before you've even seen them

A woman takes a picture with her cell phone of "Genius of the Year", a mosaic dating from the late 2nd century, at the National Archaeological Museum in Madrid March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)

A Google algorithm has learned which pictures we'll find 'aesthetically near-optimal'. Image: REUTERS/Juan Medina

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NIMA can rate the quality of different versions of the same image. Image: Google
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