Ever tried finding a particular photo in Picasa or any other photo search application? You most likely tried to remember when you took the picture and then browsed through the entire album.
Intel believes that there is a smarter way to do that. The company is developing an application that lets you find pictures using graphical elements. As the video below shows: if your looking for pictures of the pyramids at the Louvre in Paris, you start out by dragging a triangular shaped object to a green box. For obvious misses there is a red box to excluded them from future queries.
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