Published on 26th September 2018

Controlled Lives

  • Face recognition is a method of identifying or verifying the identity of an individual using their face.

  • infrared facial recognition

  • Faces are in public all of the time, but unlike passwords, people can’t easily change their faces.

  • New filter since face recognition systems vary in their ability to identify people under challenging conditions such as poor lighting, low quality image resolution, and suboptimal angle of view (such as in a photograph taken from above looking down on an unknown person).

  • New "filter" since face recognition systems vary in their ability to identify people under challenging conditions such as poor lighting, low quality image resolution, and suboptimal angle of view (such as in a photograph taken from above looking down on an unknown person).

  • Face recognition systems can be used to identify people in photos, video, or in real-time.

  • Face recognition systems use computer algorithms to pick out specific, distinctive details about a person’s face. These details, such as distance between the eyes or shape of the chin, are then converted into a mathematical representation and compared to data on other faces collected in a face recognition database.

  • Do we have to mask from now ?

  • eye location determined

  • But face recognition data can be prone to error, which can implicate people for crimes they haven’t committed.

  • New "filter" since face recognition systems vary in their ability to identify people under challenging conditions such as poor lighting, low quality image resolution, and suboptimal angle of view (such as in a photograph taken from above looking down on an unknown person).

  • modern slavery

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