face recognition

Nikki Stevens and and OS Keyes situate FRT as an infrastructural assemblage and focus on the history of four facial recognition datasets
Image “Cloaking” for Personal Privacy The SAND Lab at University of Chicago has developed Fawkes 1, an algorithm and software tool (running locally on your computer) that gives …
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Perhaps most notoriously, a few years ago, AI researchers Xiaolin Wu and Xi Zhang claimed to have trained an algorithm to identify criminals based on the shape of their faces, with an accuracy of …
Amazon turns to Chinese firm on U.S. blacklist to meet thermal camera needs Amazon.com Inc has bought cameras to take temperatures of workers during the coronavirus pandemic from a firm the United …
The face of your voice 3D, from the verbal to the physiognomic Contemporary life seems to be an endless game of data quantification, moving across different cultural domains. The former is an …
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2020-04
Clearview AI, devised a groundbreaking facial recognition app. You take a picture of a person, upload it and get to see public photos of that person, along with links to where those photos appeared. …
Egor Tsvetkov - Your Face Is Big Data The next time you ride the subway in St. Petersburg, watch out for 21-year-old photographer Egor Tsvetkov. He recently unveiled a new project called “YOUR FACE …
Until recently, Hoan Ton-That’s greatest hits included an obscure iPhone game and an app that let people put Donald Trump’s distinctive yellow hair on their own photos. Then Mr. Ton-That — an …
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2019-11
Computer vision relies on algorithms to make sense of the world. Unseen Portraits investigates what face recognition algorithms consider to be a human face. We…
Hikvision has marketed an AI camera that automatically identifies Uyghurs, on its China website, only covering it up days ago after IPVM questioned them on it. This AI technology allows the PRC to …
TPG
2019-10
Ramon Amaro introduces the basics of machine learning, its criteria for assigning value, the collision between blackness and the artificial, its flaws, and the problem of impunity that all too often …
Augmented reality (AR) is here. Rapid developments in smartphone technology mean AR is now available to many. AR ‘face filters’ — a…
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2019-09
DeepPrivacy A fully automatic anonymization technique for images. This repository contains the source code for the paper “DeepPrivacy: A Generative Adversarial Network for Face …
To mitigate the race bias in these datasets, we construct a novel face image dataset, containing 108,501 images, with an emphasis of balanced race composition in the dataset. We define 7 race groups: …
High Quality Face Recognition with Deep Metric Learning The new example comes with pictures of bald Hollywood action heroes and uses the provided deep metric model to identify how many different …
Layers of Abstraction: A Pixel at the Heart of Identity Shinji Toya and Murad Khan, 2019 This project centres around a critical examination of the limits of categorisation in machine learning …
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2019-04
Aarati Akkapeddi Encoding An experiment in the aesthetic deconstruction of identity through the visual interpretation/abstraction of biometric data pulled from family photographs as an exploration of …
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we can ask a second neural net to determine whether the output of a first looks real or fake. This technique is called adversarial learning. It’s often compared to the relationship between someone …
We consider the problem of face swapping in images, where an input identity is transformed into a target identity while preserving pose, facial expression, and lighting. To perform this mapping, we …
“The idea is about making faces communicate with each other,” he says. He designed the software to recognize facial expressions and their related emotions. While you watch, an algorithm uses the …
16 states let the FBI use face recognition technology to compare the faces of suspected criminals to their driver’s license and ID photos, creating a virtual line-up of their state residents. In this …