Imagine never knowing what freedom is. Imagine the happiest moment in your childhood life is when you receive food. That is Yeonmi Park’s reality. The North Korean girl told Reasons.com the entire story. She spoke on her years-long journey from North Korea to South Korea. Her and her mother leaving in the frozen night time weather they would make through a number of countries to see their freedom. As her father succumbed to cancer, it was just her alone with her mother as they lived out side of the law. With no food or shelter the two were subject to all sorts of rape and abuse. her survival throughout these trials are amazing, but some say they may be lies. Reports show that Yeonmi may have been an agent for the United States government. North Koreans are stating that she in inaccurate of her descriptions and depictions of her native country and she is lying about what she went though. Yeonmi states that she has nothing to lie about and everything she says happened to her in fact did. Yeonmi also tell reporters on The Reason that she kept most of the horrible events and rapes to herself for she did not want people to know she was raped at the age of thirteen. She also says that there may have been a mix up in the story because of her horrible English. North Korea is one of the world most secretive places and Yeonmi wants to speak out on all the human right issues going on causing thousands of North Korean refugees to spread worldwide.
Product recognition is the ability to recognize an image based on certain characteristics such as color, shape, size, proportion, and text. These qualities help to understand an item based on its brand and product names. This type of technology differs from a keyword search, where keywords in both the product and query descriptions must identify with one another in order to find a certain item. Retailers use product recognition technology by visual search applications that can downloaded onto a smartphone.
Since product recognition uses visual search, it helps to strengthen the search of an item in various ways. For example, if a customer was in a department store, he or she might take of a picture of a certain item with a smartphone camera. A search is conducted that will help to identify just what the customer wants to know about. Since this gives a visual description of the item based from the photo taken, quicker and more accurate results will be come from it.
More results can also be found if a customer decides to locate an item quickly rather than browsing around for it. When using visual search, it allows a better set of results for the customer to understand. Social media websites can be used to assist a customer where he or she might identify an item on sites such as Twitter or Pinterest. Also, a technique known as creative merchandising helps the customer to look at a retailer’s website and change results by selecting different colors or shapes.
Slyce is an example of a product recognition company that applies visual search technology to various retailers. This is done so that retailers can allow customers to find out about items while using smartphones. As a leading provider, its products and services include: Snap-to-buy, which incorporates their visual search technology into retailer’s apps; a Visual Relevancy search engine that helps customers to identify what they are looking for; and even physical advertising recognition digital convergence, a type of technology where customers can take pictures of a retailer’s digitally-enhanced billboard to find out about a certain item.