Do you think Google will ever start scanning all of the images in its database for OCR-able text and then index that text? This way, you could search for some text that appears in a thought ballon in the latest Dilbert comic and get a GIF of that comic returned.
The other day I searched for the text the character in this cartoon had written on the blackboard, and I got hundreds of links back. How, exactly? I guess I’m not quite sure how Google Images works, but I’m guessing the text was on those pages surrounding the images somewhere?
Just wondering. If you have some insight and can share what you know about how Google Images works currently, please share.