Tuesday, 18 March 2014

DeepFace': Facebook's Face Recognition Gets One Step Closer

Facebook's Face Recognition Gets One Step closer To Human-Like precision

Soon enough, Facebook is also able to acknowledge the faces of your friends, family and colleagues even as precisely as you'll be able to.

The social media giant is additional developing its facial verification technology to form it nearly as correct as the human eye, according to a replacement journal post from the company

When asked if the faces of two unfamiliar individuals are identical, the common human can answer properly 97.53 p.c of the time. Facebook's technology are able to tell faces apart 97.25 p.c of the time, that the company says is 25 p.c a lot of correct than it had been before.

Facebook's new package, referred to as DeepFace, performs facial verification-which distinguishes whether or not or not 2 pictures show an equivalent face. this is often to not be confused with identity verification, that helps place a reputation to the face.

DeepFace accomplishes this in 2 steps. First, it corrects the subject's face in order that the person is facing forward within the image. It uses a 3D model of an "average" modern face to nail down this angle. Then, the package uses a way referred to as deep learning, which suggests it simulates a neural network that may produce a numerical description of reoriented face. If the package finds similar enough facial descriptions for two different pictures, it concludes that they have to be an equivalent face.

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