Revise mistaking of portraits of Kant and Jacobi
Dear Yahoo Search Team!
Please, take it at global level.
There's a problem with portraits of Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi (1743-1819).
They are often mistaken!
Already by some publishing houses. Not the best houses, but it is still a problem.
It lies in this portrait https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7b/Friedrich_Heinrich_Jacobi_portrait.jpg/416px-Friedrich_Heinrich_Jacobi_portrait.jpg
Please, see the official academic gallery of Immanuel Kant portraits https://www.kant.uni-mainz.de
Yes, they are similar on this picture.
But not at the all other pictures - just search the pictures for Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi and see Wiki about him.
So somebody has mistaken it and said that this is a portrait of Kant.
Now what happens.
People search for Kant in Google.
And see this portrait of Jacobi among the portraits of Kant.
They like this young pleasant face. And copy it more and more as Kant.
What I would please you, we have now the search on the concrete example of picture, search by picture.
Could it be made so that this portrait and all it right/left and smaller/larger copies and modifications
are excluded from the search results in pictures of Immanuel Kant?
If you think it doesn't help now, I understand it.
But why not to believe in the power of search machines?
I'll try to send this request to Google, Bing and Yandex.