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These glasses trick facial recognition software into thinking you're someone else

Facial recognition software has become increasingly common in recent years. Facebook uses it to tag your photos; the FBI has a massive facial recognition database spanning hundreds of millions of...

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'Portrait' by Shinseungback Kimyonghun uses facial recognition software to create portraits by averaging all the faces in popular movies. This is a portrait for The Black Swan.

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Apple has been awarded a new patent for facial recognition technology by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, with patent number 8,600,120. The patent relates to a Personal computing device control using face detection and recognition. | via Geeky Gadgets

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from The Verge

These glasses trick facial recognition software into thinking you're someone else

Facial recognition software has become increasingly common in recent years. Facebook uses it to tag your photos; the FBI has a massive facial recognition database spanning hundreds of millions of...

from The Independent

Face-recognition software: The end of anonymity for all of us?

Face-recognition software: Is this the end of anonymity for all of us? | The software is already used for military surveillance, by police to identify suspects - and on Facebook. Now the US government is in the process of building the world's largest cache of face-recognition data, with the goal of identifying every person in the country.

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from the Guardian

Revealed: how facial recognition has invaded shops – and your privacy

Retailers are increasingly using facial recognition technology to track your face. With an estimated 59% of UK fashion retailers doing it, is the anonymity of cities an outdated idea?

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These glasses trick facial recognition software into thinking you're someone else

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