One might not think how Google presents images in their general image search results really matters all that much. But unlike Google, I suppose most of us have not put that much thought into how people interact with what they are searching for.
Take this example from the Google Blog. Here we are given an example of a query for an ocelot. Like most of you out there, I have no idea what a ocelot actually looks like.
Lucky for us, their image search is being fined tuned to a point where it will be able to help us make sure we are looking at a real ocelot rather than a mere clouded leopard. Hey, I am all for the utmost detail. Glad to see this is finally happening here.