Camouflage to Disrupt Facial Recognition Programs

During the First World War, Allied nations painted their vessels with odd, angular shapes to break up their lines and make them harder to see at a distance. CV Dazzle is a thesis project by Adam Harvey of New York University that attempts to do the same thing with hair and makeup in order to disrupt facial recognition computer programs.

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    That's funny. I'm doing my thesis project with miniatures right now and when I take a photo of them and my camera thinks they are real people, I get so amazingly excited.
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