Inferring is a conclusion or opinion that is formed because of known facts or evidence.

Observable information can only be retrieved from observing an image.

Inferring is guessing something by using the information already retrieved from a image or text. For example: I can see two people holding hands. So I can infer that they are a couple.

Infering is when you make a opinion using prior knowledge, and can also be used in text or image.





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