Scenery Images of Using Facial Recognition To Find People Being Been Snapped On

Technology and social media are developed as quick as we could not estimate them yet. In this case, under “Your Face is Big Data” it is a smart. However, it seems to be also slightly scary project done by Russian photographer Egor Tsvetkov. This project tried to look for someone who had been snapped on at subway commuters in St Petersburg. Accordingly, to indicate how easy it was for complete strangers in gathering something figures about images of somebody, Egor seemed to spend a lot of weeks, for instance, six weeks had to take about 100 pictures of subway commuters in St Petersburg. This is to affirm those images before using a facial recognition app named FindFace in order to track down their internet profiles.

He checked all of the images via opening source software so that he might scan the 55 million plus users of VKontakte, Russia’s biggest social network. In spite of some his photographs manner of little similarity to the online pictures, he might be able to identify some cases of about 70% in relation with the people he snapped. He proudly stated to media “My project is a clear illustration of the future that awaits us if we continue to disclose as much about ourselves on the internet as we do now”. Thus, in an age where people are pleasing to use social media more than ever, maybe this is time we begin thinking about how much figures we truly want to contribute and share with the globe. More reading

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn

Image Source: James Gould-Bourn