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    The Computer Vision Digest: Face Recognition

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      Face Recognition Facial Expressions Categorised Using New Software

    Some rather nice work there it would seem.
    Researchers at the Department of Artificial Intelligence (DIA) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid’s School of Computing (FIUPM) have, in conjunction with Madrid’s Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, developed an algorithm that is capable of processing 30 images per second to recognize a person’s facial expressions in real time and categorize them as one of six prototype expressions: anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness and surprise.

     
     
      Posted by schestowitzon Sunday, February 24 @ 04:20:08 UTC (10605 reads)
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      Face Recognition Face Recognition Keeps Minors Away

    Here is some nice use of face identification software.
    A cigarette vending machine that can tell adults from minors by determining their approximate ages based on bone structure, wrinkles and the way their skin sags went on sale Monday.

     
     
      Posted by schestowitzon Wednesday, November 14 @ 08:00:04 UTC (3851 reads)
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      Face Recognition Face Recognition-based Authenitcation in UH

    The University of Houston is doing some commendable job. They use rich facial image models, but it's not clear why the article focuses on the use of recognition to match it against a record (which is neither new nor innovative).
    Face recognition as a unique biometric is growing slowly in certain corporate and consumer applications, but researchers at the University of Houston (UH) are trying to make the technology far more ubiquitous and secure: they want it to replace the dozens of personal identification numbers (PIN), passwords and credit card numbers everyone uses every day.

     
     
      Posted by schestowitzon Friday, August 03 @ 11:38:32 UTC (3516 reads)
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      Face Recognition Image Search Named Immature by German Police

    On the face of it (pun), facial-features recognition technology meets doubt.
    The assessment of the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) according to which biometric visual-image search systems are not advanced enough to be used by the police to search for persons has led to mixed reactions.

     
     
      Posted by schestowitzon Monday, July 16 @ 12:02:00 UTC (2714 reads)
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      Face Recognition Face Recognition Technology Comes to Australia's ePassports

    Australia appears to be the next country (among several) to use biometrics in this way.
    "Despite a series of technical hiccups, the first public trials of Australia's biometric SmartGate project are set to take place in Brisbane in August, six months behind schedule."

     
     
      Posted by schestowitzon Saturday, June 09 @ 11:40:45 UTC (2595 reads)
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    Old Articles

    Friday, June 08
    · Call for Papers: IJPRAI Special Issue on Facial Image Processing and Analysis
    Thursday, May 31
    · Face Recognition Matures, Leaving People Behind
    Wednesday, May 02
    · Lip Reading from CCTV
    Wednesday, April 25
    · Recognise Object Classes -- The Economist
    Wednesday, April 18
    · Automated Face Recognition at the Airport
    Wednesday, December 20
    · Web-based Search for Similar Photos of the Face
    Monday, December 18
    · Emotion Recognition for User Response/Interaction
    Sunday, November 19
    · Police in Massachusetts to Adopt Face Recognition
    Friday, November 17
    · Facial Recognition and the Web
    Thursday, October 26
    · Face Recognition Grows Up, Increasingly Adopted
    Wednesday, August 02
    · Computer Defines Customer's Identity in Point of Sales
    Tuesday, July 18
    · BusinessWeek Discusses Gesture Recognition Program
    Tuesday, June 27
    · Cambridge University Interprets Facial Expressions
    Saturday, March 25
    · Fast Algorithm for 3-D Face Imaging
    Tuesday, March 14
    · Face Recognition for Photo Album Indexing
    Sunday, February 05
    · Photo Frauds Software
    Tuesday, July 26
    · Biometric Passports Reach Britain
    Wednesday, May 11
    · www.face-rec.org - Face Recognition Homepage
    Friday, May 06
    · Face Recognition and Automated Fingerprint Information Systems
     
     

     
     
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