Successful Facial Surveillance Case

Author: John Honovich, Published on Jan 07, 2013

Real time facial surveillance is hard to do - accuracy issues, false alerts, cost and deployment complexity all conspire against it. This is why, more than a decade after deployments started they still remain remarkably uncommon. However, one application - self exclusion list - offers great promise and at least one practical example. In this note, we examine what key features make it work where most others have failed.

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