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PHP Image Nudity Filter
October 03, 2006 @ 07:33:00

PHPClasses.org has announced its latest winners for the PHP Programming Innovation Award, and have highlighted one of the classes in particular - the Image Nudity Filter - as worthy of some special recognition.

Once in a while, a class appears to be not only innovating, but also does something unusual and extraordinary.

This month the winners of the award August edition were announced. The most extraordinary class seems to be "Image Nudity Filter" by Bakr Alsharif, despite it reached only the 2nd place in the month award ranking.

The class analyzes an image and rates it according to the probability that it may contain nudity. This is especially useful for sites that might need to keep things more "family friendly" but still allow users to upload their images.

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