1 min readResearchers fool facial recognition software with life-like masks

When AI companies failed to mainstream fully autonomous vehicles, they turned to creating facial recognition AI. Turns out, many facial recognition systems are not as robust as their developers would want us to think. Why then are governments allowing these systems to be sold commercially without regulation?

As more and more organizations are turning to facial recognition for security, researchers from AI firm Kneron discover that not all facial recognition systems are created equal. The researchers tested systems across continents and were able to fool payment tablets run by Alipay and WeChat, a border checkpoint in China, and a passport control gate in Amsterdam. It must be noted, however, that some facial recognition software which utilized more sophisticated technology did pass the test. 

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