[OSM-talk] AI With Satellite Images for OpenStreetMap
nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com
Sat Feb 10 21:09:34 UTC 2018
El 10 feb. 2018, a la(s) 17:52, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> escribió:
> My personal reaction is this is frightening.
> Already we have buildings mapped twice and unless the import is done very very carefully I can see problems ahead.
That's why we have an import policy. Most of the problems I have seen with imports would be prevented if people actually followed it.
> AI and imagery isn't perfect. Throw in LiDAR or different frequency imagery and it might get a little more accurate. Still having said that there seems to be a large number of Buildings mapped in Africa at Mapathons that seem to be of poor quality and if it was better than that the over all data quality might improve.
> What it does do is identify an area of concern. In Canada my understanding is some sort of automated or semi automated building outline mapping is being done by NRC and will be released shortly under an Open Data license that has been approved by the LWG. These I might trust, an experimental algorithm on less than perfect imagery I might be more wary of.
> Cheerio John
>> On 10 February 2018 at 15:34, Jason Remillard <remillard.jason at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Microsoft this week granted permission to use the Bing satellite images for nonprofit AI projects that are contributing to OSM. Mapbox has indicated that they are also on board (with some conditions/restrictions). I think this pretty big deal for OSM. If you are interested in this kind of stuff, I wrote a longish diary entry about what it might mean.
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