Unsplash Releases 2 Million Images as Massive Open-Source Dataset
Unsplash has just released “the most complete high-quality open image dataset ever”: an open-source collection of over 2 million images captured by over 200,000 photographers, now available to download in bulk for free.
On the off-chance that you’re not familiar with Unsplash, the website allows photographers to share their images with the world for free under a CC0, no rights reserved, public domain “license.” Designers, publications, bloggers, and many others use Unsplash to access and use these images as they see fit, with or without attribution.
Today’s announcement takes this one major step further, but releasing over 2 million of the images within the Unsplash library as a single, bulk-downloadable, open-source data set that scientists (or really anyone) can use as…
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