Figure 10 shows images from the 5th arrondissement of Paris, pointing out which elements are speciﬁc to that arrondissement, which are Paris-speciﬁc, and which are pan-European. For example, the stone balcony railings and arches are pan-European, windows with collapsible shutters and balconies with iron railings are Parisian, and the grooves around the windows are typical of the 5th arrondissement.
It is also interesting to note that, on the whole, the algorithm had more trouble with American cities: it was able to discover only a few geo-informative elements, and some of them turned out to be different brands of cars, road tunnels, etc.
> go east
> guess "Queensland"
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