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Study finds some facial recognition systems only accurate for white male faces

A new study from MIT and Stanford University researchers has found that three commercial facial analysis programs demonstrated significant error rates determining the gender of any subject that wasn't white and male... Continue Reading Study finds some facial recognition systems only accurate for white male faces Category: Computers Tags: Algorithms Facial Recognition MIT Related Articles:
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