Automated Color Selection Using Semantic Knowledge

@inproceedings{Havasi2010AutomatedCS,
  title={Automated Color Selection Using Semantic Knowledge},
  author={Catherine Havasi and Robert Speer and Justin Holmgren},
  booktitle={AAAI Fall Symposium: Commonsense Knowledge},
  year={2010}
}
Colorizer is a program that hypothesizes color values that represent a given word or sentence, taking into account both physical descriptions of objects and their emotional connotations. This new application of common sense reasoning uses background knowledge about the world to build a model of the connections between everyday things, and uses this model to guess an appropriate color for a word. Colorizer can run over either static text or real time input, such as a speech recognition stream… CONTINUE READING
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