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How ‘Twilight’ Ruined Google Image Search Forever

Temporary popularity may permanently fool an otherwise intelligent algorithm

Photo illustration: Mike Wehner. Source: Riyaz Hyder/Unsplash

Join me in an experiment. We’re going to search for various times of day using Google’s Image Search. We’ll use a fresh Google Chrome Incognito window to ensure our results aren’t skewed. This is scientific, after all, and we want the most accurate…




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