The landmarks command takes an image and identifies the main landmarks contained within the image. The confidence of the identification is also returned.
Our first example is Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, identified as such with 97% confidence.
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/3u3nwhW 0.97,Marina Bay Sands
A well known Australian landmark, Uluru, is identified with 100% confidence:
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/3cqDonC 1.0,Uluru
The Eiffel Tower is somewhat readily recognisable:
$ ml landmarks azcv https://bit.ly/3bOEv1m 0.97,Eiffel Tower
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