The /see command functions as an image analysis tool, offering detailed insights into the content of an image. To use it effectively, you should provide a specific prompt that guides the analysis towards what you're most interested in learning about the image. This prompt helps in focusing the analysis on particular aspects such as identifying objects, understanding the scene, recognizing text, or even inferring the mood or context of the image.
Usage: /see "prompt" [Attached Image]
Your prompt should be clear and concise, indicating what type of information you are seeking from the image. This specificity helps in generating more relevant and accurate results.
  • To identify and understand the flora in a nature photograph: /see "Identify the types of trees and flowers in this image" [Attach nature photograph]
  • For a detailed analysis of an artwork: /see "Describe the art style and possible historical context of this painting" [Attach artwork image]
  • To extract and interpret text from a sign or document: /see "Read and explain the text in this image" [Attach image with text]
  • For insights into a historical photograph: /see "Provide historical context and possible date of this photograph" [Attach historical image]
Remember, the effectiveness of the /see command depends significantly on the clarity of the image and the specificity of your prompt. High-quality images with clear details yield better analysis.