Deepface: Facial Recognition At 97.25% Facebook Project

While it still exists in papers, it does look like we might be at the end of the tunnel for facial recognition, or is it?

Deepface: "Asked whether two unfamiliar photos of faces show the same person, a human being will get it right 97.53 percent of the time. New software developed by researchers at Facebook can score 97.25 percent on the same challenge, regardless of variations in lighting or whether the person in the picture is directly facing the camera."

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