Hit the problem endpoint, grab the
image_url value. The link expires in 5 seconds.
In the linked image you'll see a
8x8 grid of tiles, some of which contain faces.
Your task is straightforward: detect which tiles have a face in them. The result should be a list of two-element lists indictating which tiles successfuly went through face detection.
Use zero based indexing for
column. So in a
8x8 tile grid, top left image is
[0, 0], bottom right will be
For example, if there's only one face-containing tile and it's in the second row, fifth column, the answer would be
Problem JSON format will be in the following format:
image_url: a one-time URL of the image you have to analyze
Solution JSON structure:
face_tiles: a list of
[row, column]pairs (as two element lists) pointing to the tiles that have faces in them (e.g.
[[1, 3], [4, 5]])
Remember to use integers as values, not strings.
Face detection is nowadays front-and-center in so many places. It still seems like magic to a lot of people, though - and it's really not! This challenge is your excuse for getting into this stuff.
By the way - in case you're wondering - a green apple is not a face.