Latest Face recognition Stories
One of the more creepy technologies to emerge in recent years is facial recognition. Cameras are getting smarter, but at their core, they still rely on the reflection of light in order to interpret what (or who) they see.
Research using new technology shows that our ability to imitate facial expressions depends on learning that occurs through visual feedback.
Using cutting edge computer software, British scientists have demonstrated that our ability to mimic facial expressions depends largely on the ability to learn through visual feedback.
For all the potential benefits of facial recognition technology, the FTC claims there are also potential pitfalls which should be avoided.
Seoul, Sept 25, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Suprema Inc., a leading provider of biometric technology, announced today that it has won Innovative Achievement Award in Detektor International Award 2012 with
People often remark that people of a different race "all look alike."
Government and intelligence communities to gain advanced mobile face biometric solutions for identity resolution Conway, NH (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
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