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New AI Privacy Filter Disables Facial Recognition

News   Jun 08, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Toronto

 
New AI Privacy Filter Disables Facial Recognition

Researchers in U of T Engineering have designed a ‘privacy filter’ that disrupts facial recognition algorithms. The system relies on two AI-created algorithms: one performing continuous face detection, and another designed to disrupt the first. (Credit: Avishek Bose)

 
 
 

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