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TinEye Reverse Image Search
TinEye is an image search and recognition company. We are experts in computer vision, pattern recognition, neural networks, and machine learning. Our mission is to make your images searchable.
images  photos  search  searchengine  recognition  alternative  onlinetool 
7 days ago by gwippich
rOpenSci | Support for hOCR and Tesseract 4 in R
This package provides R bindings to Google’s open source optical character recognition (OCR) engine Tesseract.
ocr  r  google  optical  character  recognition 
10 days ago by bikesandbooks
ModelDepot
A curated list of free pretrained models and tutorials. Plug state of the art sentiment analysis, object recognition, and more into your project in just a few minutes.
ml  models  machinelearning  curated  object  image  recognition 
10 days ago by llimllib
Facial recognition is accurate - if you're a white guy
Study of facial recognition software conducted by Jyo Buolamwini at the MIT Media Lab finds that the darker the skin of the subject the more errors arise - up to 35% for darker-skinned women. At Georgetown Law School, researchers estimate that 117 million American adults are in face recognition networks used by law enforcement. African-Americans are disproportionately represented in mugshot databases.
biometrics  facial  recognition  race  fairness 
11 days ago by net.wars
Microsoft, IBM Facial Analyses Struggle With Race and Gender | WIRED
The disparity is the latest example in a growing collection of bloopers from AI systems that seem to have picked up societal biases around certain groups. Google’s photo-organizing service still censors the search terms “gorilla” and “monkey” after an incident nearly three years ago in which algorithms tagged black people as gorillas, for example. The question of how to ensure machine-learning systems deployed in consumer products, commercial systems, and government programs has become a major topic of discussion in the field of AI.
ai  fail  diversity  google  recognition 
11 days ago by dancall
AirAsia using facial recognition technology to replace boarding passes - Business Insider
As the need for speed increases at airports around the world, Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd has launched its own facial recognition system which allows registered passengers to board their flights without boarding passes.
This week, AirAsia announced that it had launched the Fast Airport Clearance Experience System (Faces) at Senai International Airport at Johor Baru.
Although similar technologies are already implemented at some airports, including at Singapore's Changi Terminal 4, the low-cost carrier, which owns Faces, is believed to be the first airline in Asia to use biometric facial recognition technology.
recognition  identity  security  apac  future 
15 days ago by dancall
Chinese police are using smart glasses to identify potential suspects | TechCrunch
The glasses have been deployed in Zhengzhou, the capital of central province Henan, where it has been used to surveil those traveling by plane and train, according to the Wall Street Journal. With Chinese New Year, the world’s largest human migration, coming later this month, you’d imagine the glasses could be used to surveil the hundreds of millions of people who travel the country, and beyond, for the holiday period.

China’s has been criticized in many quarters for the way it uses its database, and facial recognition tech, in relation to ethnic minorities. A system deployed in Xinjiang — a province with a population of some 10 million ‘Uighur’ Muslims, is reportedly designed to notify authorities when “target” individuals go beyond their home or place of work, according to Bloomberg.
apac  privacy  glass  crime  trends  ai  recognition 
15 days ago by dancall
GLXSS
Chinese company doing facial recognition type AR smartglasses
china  AR  smartglasses  facial  recognition  police  hardware  electronics  devices 
16 days ago by asteroza
Audio Watermarking | FT Labs
A preliminary research into audio watermarking has shown that it would be possible to embed images in the spread spectrum of an audio file. Editing the spectrum manually is possible with software such as Adobe Audition. It used to allow for bitmap embedding (as demonstrated in this video), but the feature has been dropped in newer versions, making it hard to automate the watermarking process.
music  recognition  security  legal 
18 days ago by dancall
BBC Blogs - Internet Blog - This Automated Life
But the examples they cite are what's referred to as basic AI such as:   
GPS traffic navigation
Film and TV recommendations
Online Shopping 
But Chicco points out that AI is far more pervasive than this - pointing to Facebook algorithms, online recruitment tools, financial trading and even medical diagnosis.  Recently one US hospital used AI to analyse chest x-rays and had a 96% success rate in diagnosing TB.  
ai  future  recognition  casestudies 
18 days ago by dancall

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