Memes are a form of communication. Even if you don’t personally get them or understand only a subset of them, that doesn’t change the fact that the joke format is one that is used to communicate a wide range of expressions. The downside is that they’re not accessible. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have trained a system that can classify memes with 92% accuracy making the accessible for sight impaired individuals.
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