Face recognition technology is not new but the shift that is heading is quite interesting; face recognition is shifting towards a more “regular joe” use as opposed to special forces or institutions like the government, police, or CIA. Researchers, psychologists, and scientists are researching facial recognition technology and determining how facial recognition can, not only, improve our society but make our lives easier many ways such as currency use, identification of private information, and even improvement of law and enforcement.
Imagine if you walked into a store and instead of paying with your credit card or debit you pay with a “meaningful nod.” Uniqul, Finnish company, released a video that showed a project in which people played with a “meaningful nod.” This is just an idea at the moment, but with all reality starts from a single idea.
A study conducted by Alessandro Acquisti took undergraduate Facebook photos and analyzed thousands of photos of the participants and also tagged photos. Through an algorithm, operational steps, the first five Social Security numbers 30% of the participants were found. Facial recognition software adds another dynamic of security, but ironically can be also used to increase security by using it in law enforcement. Qualified researchers and engineers have said that in the future law enforcement can use software that will turn 2D images into 3D images to find assailants. Allyson Rice, University Professor, that full body recognition will soon come to light. In her study she found that participants proved better judgment of assailants when both the face and body was shown. Read more: http://blog.ted.com/2013/10/17/the-future-of-facial-recognition-7-fascinating-fact #futruisticfriday #throwback#dutdesigns #facerecognition #currency #future #CIA #lawenforment #security #privateinformation #graphicdesigns #businesscards #designs #logodesigns #writtenwork #freelance #PhotoGrid