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Saturday, June 2, 2018

AI researchers developed a privacy-filter to fight facial recognition


A team of researchers from the University of Toronto have developed an algorithm that protects images from facial recognition AI. What it does: The researchers, Parham Aarabi and Avishek Bose, developed the AI to defend photos from facial recognition, but it’s not a shield — it’s actually an attack agent. Bose, a graduate student working on the project, told EurekAlert: The disruptive AI can ‘attack’ what the neural net for the face detection is looking for. If the detection AI is looking for the corner of the eyes, for example, it adjusts the corner of the eyes so they’re less noticeable.…

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