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Facebook's DeepFace facial software nears human levels of accuracy

03/22, 3:35pm

Research outlines strides in facial recognition through deep learning

Facebook has revealed in a research paper that it has discovered a way to match faces from two different photographs with 97.25 percent accuracy. The research has aided in the development of a software project called DeepFace, which only slightly trails the facial recognition measured average of a human by only 0.28 percent.

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