October 26, 2010

Scientists develop quick, accurate, real time facial recognition for mobile

Scientists at the Univeristy of Manchester have developed facial recognition software which could eventually tell how you are feeling, opening up new avenues for the technology of the future and scare the pants off Luddites. TechEye reports.

quotemarksright.jpgFacial recognition software is not exactly new, but the Manchester scientists say that their method is “unrivalled for speed and accuracy” and believe it could be used to replace passwords and PIN numbers for logging into websites and mobile phones.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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