Artificial Intelligence

We used AI to study the world’s toilets. This is what we found

Almost a third of the world’s toilets are unrecognisable to artificial intelligence. Image: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

Clarissa Watson

Head of Marketing, Alto Data Analytics

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30% of the world's toilets are not recognized by Google AI Image: Alto Analytics

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