Humans use concepts, context and stories. -Danko Nikolic
… all of the things they’ve seen and everything they’ve learned about those things over the course of their life and identifying matching patterns….
“Firstly, humans use size, edge-assignment, movement, and stereoscopic vision when looking at a scene (not a picture of a thing, but the thing itself) to discern individual objects and then categorize them as foreground or background.
A photograph, however, is a static, monoscopic image that can only provide size and edge-assignment clues. Humans are only able to discern objects from background in photographs by comparing the photo against all of the things they’ve seen and everything they’ve learned about those things over the course of their life and identifying matching patterns.”