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The /see command serves as a sophisticated tool for image analysis, providing comprehensive details about an image's contents. For optimal use, input a targeted prompt to direct the analysis toward specific elements of interest, such as object identification, scene comprehension, text recognition, or mood and context deduction.

Usage: /see "prompt" [Attached Image]

Make sure your prompt is straightforward, directing attention to the specific details you wish to analyze in the image. The clarity and focus of your prompt will enhance the relevance and precision of the feedback.

Examples:

  • To recognize and comprehend the plant species in a nature photograph: /see "Determine the varieties of trees and flowers depicted in this image." [Attach nature photograph]

  • To conduct an in-depth examination of a piece of art: /see "Analyze the artistic style and potential historical background of this painting." [Attach artwork image]

  • To decipher and explain the text from a sign or document: /see "Analyze and interpret the text in this image." [Attach image with text]

  • To gain understanding of a historical photograph: /see "Offer historical background and probable date for this photograph." [Attach historical image]

The success of the /see command is largely influenced by both the resolution of the submitted image and how specific your prompt is. Images with clear, discernible details tend to provide more accurate analyses.

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