You can have your images judged by AI. Just don't blame me if you don't score as high as you thought you would. These developments are supposed to help people decide what images work best for the message you are trying to convey, so it's good to know it's there and to try it out. It's in the beta phase now, and the website is similar to that of EyeEm, the stock image library built in Berlin, where the images are analyzed and tagged automatically depending what is featured in the photograph.
Neural Network, the backbone of Everypixel, knows how to measure the chances of an image being perceived as fit to impress a consumer. Everypixel's CEO, Dmitriy Shironosov commented:
Designers, editors and experienced stock photographers helped us generate a training dataset with 946,894 positive and negative patterns. We wanted to create a technology that could measure not only aesthetics of stock images, but their commercial potential as well. This is the main difference between our smart filter and other solutions that exist today.
I think these are good indicators of tech and photography working together. I just don't want to get into a space where I can't get a certain level of work due to my images not being rated high enough by this AI. It doesn't have emotion. It doesn't have vision. It's a computer. I am human and a photographer. I speak the same language visually that other humans do.
Upload your images at Everypixel and see how you score.