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Roundup for July 6, 2015

Car as a service: Used to be people would train their dog to bring them the morning paper. In a world of self-driving cars, could yours complete the Starbucks run for you? 206 more words

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Google Apologizes After Photo App Tagged Black People 'Gorillas'

NEW YORK (CBS/AP) — Google is apologizing after reports surfaced that an automatic image-recognition feature in its Photos application was identifying images of some black people as “gorillas.” 101 more words

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Sci-Fi Shopping? MasterCard will soon approve purchases by scanning your face

NEW YORK — This fall, MasterCard will start experimenting with a new program: approving online purchases with a facial scan.

At checkout, you’ll be asked to hold up your phone and snap a photo. 592 more words

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Face Recognition in Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft is highly committed in providing refined services if not anything else. This time they have refined the Stock Camera app to include facial recognition. 88 more words

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Abidjan Operation

After Hawkeye is enthralled by Loki, agent Coulson has to call agent Romanoff in from the field, mid-mission. While he awaits her to extract herself from a situation, he idly glances at case file 242-56 which consists of a large video of Barton and Romanoff mid-combat, and overview profiles of the two agents. 413 more words

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Learning a Restricted Bayesian Network for Object Detection

Learning a Restricted Bayesian Network for Object Detection

Henry Schneiderman

Abstract: many classes of images have the characteristics of sparse structuring of statistical dependency and the presence of conditional independencies among various groups of variables. 1,177 more words

Face Recognition

Facebook can "see" you in photos- even if you aren't looking

There is technology already in place that can recognize you in photos but what happens when your face is hidden.  From an article in New Scientist, the research team at Facebook has found a way to ID people without access to their faces. 191 more words

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