The Ident-o-tron is not the same thing as computer vision. You used to be able to get to the Ident-o-tron from clicking Compare on an observation page (if I’m remembering correctly). Now, if you right-click Compare and open in new window, you’ll get to it. For example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identotron?observation_id=32662793&taxon=85035#establishment_means=&order=&place=691&taxon=85035
From the help text: “The Identotron is a tool to help you identify observations based on iNat’s check list data. Given a higher level taxon and a place (e.g. mammals of India), iNat will look for check lists entries matching that taxon in that place, kind of like a dynamic field guide to the entire planet.”
There’s no computer vision in it at all – it’s basically the equivalent of using the Suggestions tab with Source set to Checklist.
Edit: or maybe you weren’t suggesting Identotron is equivalent to the Computer Vision and I mis-read your statement?