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I’m looking at you, looking at me

November 2019

In Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s artwork ‘How do you see me?’, commissioned for the Data/Set/Match programme at The Photographers’ Gallery, the artist explores how machines see us. A question that has been carefully slipping through several areas of production and research during the past couple of decades. At the same time an essential need has also emerged to understand the processes and internal mechanisms that are usually hidden from or mysterious to the user: commenting on those who code, train, build these mechanisms and how this translates into what happens outside of the screen.

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20/11/19

EXCLUSIVE: This Is How the U.S. Military’s Massive Facial Recognition System Works

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28/08/19

An article from the NYT Privacy Project on the The Racist History of Facial Recognition. Starting with early scientific facial...

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07/11/18

"AI, Ain't I A Woman " - a spoken word piece that highlights the ways in which artificial intelligence can misinterpret the...

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Listening to a Face

November 2016

“The truth is written all over our faces” was a tagline for Lie to Me, a procedural drama on network television several years ago.

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21/10/16

A Facial Recognition Project Report : Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

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18/10/16

The mirror avoids faces. One can look at his/her face in the mirror only with a nonface.  A work by the Shinseungback...

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