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DeepFace: New Facebook software for facial recognition lacks the .com


Facebook has created software that can match images of faces regardless of angle or light conditions; performance matches that of a human: 97.25% of the time.

Dubbed “DeepFace“, the artificial intelligence software uses a process where networks of simulated neurons learn to recognize patterns in large amounts of data.


And Facebook has lots of data, as its billion plus users have stored tens of billions of photos in its system.

Can you see the pattern here?

The project remains at research level for now, but this doesn’t mean it’s not being put to “good use” within Facebook; the more information Facebook collects, the smarter DeepFace becomes.

Although Facebook does not own DeepFace.com, which instead hosts the music portfolio of Australian dance outfit Deepface, they did acquire the company that operated from Face.com. The latter, is owned by Richard Lau, founder of NamesCon.

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