[ExI] nick's book being sold by fox news
pharos at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 20:13:27 UTC 2014
On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 7:38 PM, spike wrote:
> My bride bought a camera yesterday and installed the software on her
> computer. It has a feature where you take a current photo of a person, and
> tell it who it is. Then it went thru the hard disc looking for photos. It
> did face-recognition, identifying and cataloging the photos we had already
> taken. It was about 90%-ish accurate.
> Now that is wicked cool, but it has another fun parting shot: I have a bunch
> of genealogy stuff on that hard disk. Where the software was misidentifying
> faces, most of the time it was an ancestor of the person it was looking for.
> Oh WOW is this cool or what?
This is a cut-down version of what t' guvment uses on their giant
databases to find every photo of a target that has been put on the
internet. And I do mean *every* photo, no matter who posted it or
where it was posted. Those wild party Facebook photos are filed for
ever, waiting to be retrieved.
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