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szdaily -> Tech and Science
Security camera can recognize faces
    2017-November-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Nest’s home security camera is supposed to be so smart that it can identify people it’s been introduced to.

That skill comes from facial recognition* technology made by Nest’s sibling* company, Google.

The Nest Cam IQ camera is priced at US$300, plus a US$10 monthly subscription to run the facial recognition program and other features, such as 10-day video storage.

Tests found that it wasn’t easy to pull the wool over* the Nest Cam IQ camera’s prying* eyes.

The Nest Cam IQ offers a glimpse at how deeply intelligent computers will be able to peer into our lives, especially as more home appliances become connected to the Internet.

The camera occasionally got baffled when it saw someone from a side angle, even it had previously identified that person.

It also added images of paper printouts of people’s faces to their profiles and questioned the identity of an Albert Einstein image on one reporter’s T-shirts.

That’s not something that the iPhone X would have recognized, as it adds depth to its recognition algorithm* to understand what’s a real face and what’s not.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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