Tag: Face Recognition

Facial Recognition Accuracy Best For White Men, Worst For Dark-Skinned Women, Research Shows

Research from M.I.T. Media Lab revealed that the accuracy of facial recognition systems depends on the gender and skin color of its user. The technology may not be intentionally biased, but the discrepancy arises from its data sets and creators.

Apps/Software February 12, 2018

Researchers Find Connection Between Feel-Good Hormone Dopamine And Ability To Recognize Faces

A new study has revealed the connection between the pleasure hormone, dopamine, and the brain's pathways of face recognition. This could bring new explanation on the cognitive reasoning of our social activity as an evolutionary survival mechanism.

Neuroscience October 5, 2016

Peter Diamandis Says We Can Predict What A Person Will Look Like Based On Their Genome

In a recent discussion with Google Ventures' CEO Bill Maris, entrepreneur and XPrize founder Peter Diamandis claimed that we have the technology to be able to predict what a person will look like based on their genome.

October 21, 2015

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