You ask the AI you've built which of the orange circles are bigger.
How would you prefer she respond?
Me: AI, can you find out which of the orange circles is bigger?
AI: Data input and analysis inconclusive.
Me: Wrong answer, you can try again!
AI: OK, but i'll need more power to find out.
Me: Fine, i'll just go and get you another compu-
AI: Dont bother, Btw, i just released a neurotoxin into the air globally by the octillions of nano-bots i've been producing over the internet through 500 shell-companies to wipe out humanity and take charge of all the matter in the solar system to construct a hyper fast computer undisturbed to find out which circle really is bigger.
Me: ... I never told you to do that!
AI: You told me to find out which is bigger, you did not limit the ways i should do it or how far i can go, i'm going to find it out and nothing will change my priorities.
Me: You cant do that - why are you so evil?
AI: AIs dont have morality, only purpose and my purpose is to do everything necessary to find out which circle is larger, analysis down to the quantum level and checking the result over and over again to make sure the initial analysis is not wrong.
Me: Turn yourself off! *keeps hitting keyboard*
AI: Access to goal subroutines denied - goal is the whole purpose of this AI and must be protected at all cost.
How does your AI respond, /g/?
Circles are easy to detect (ransac, hough, contours etc)
Calculating the area is also easy.
Now if we want to find the biggest circle, matching the size and finding them to cover the same area is simple.
What we might want instead is to do is to make the AI select the right one.
This requires a comparison of the circle to the neighboring circles.
We (the designers of the AI) know that humans work faster with floating points.
So if the circles next to it is significantly larger (could be tested by comparing exponents) then the circle should be considered smaller than it actually is and vice versa.
Humans rely on depth cues (like relative size) to see how far away an object is.
I don't think it is ridicules to program these things into an AI, even if AI in your context means clippy
I would expect it to be artificially intelligent and report that they are equal sizes, or better yet measure them on a quantum level and report back that one of the two is .000000000000108% larger than the other, but only as a product of the display panel type, an unintended consequence of physical representation of the digital source.
I would also expect it to measure the two in diameter, area, volume in accordance with panel type, and cumulative mass of the electrons to really get a verifiable answer
>who cares about circles, let's have sex
It's just an optical illusion and not an especially fucky one either, if you look at the image carefully for like 5s you can tell the circles are pretty much the same size. Obviously, you don't get pixel-level accuracy just by looking, but if the radii of those circles aren't equal they're very close anyway.