A new face recognition ad will only reveal its full contents to women. It uses a "high-definition" camera to scan people's faces, detecting their gender with an apparent 90 percent success rate. The charity, Plan UK, is looking to raise funds to sponsor education for girls living in developing countries; the outdoor display will run the full advert for female viewers, while men will get a brief glimpse followed by directions to the charity's website.
In testing iPhoto for a full review (coming soon), I've plowed through more than 30,000 photos using over 40 identified faces, mostly human. Here's how iPhoto's face detection and recognition works—and doesn't work: Face Detection A... Read Post
A new technology is being tested that might bring in a new definition for innovative advertisement stints. This interactive apparatus here uses a high-definition camera to scan pedestrians and identify their genders before pulling u... Read Post