Researchers mimic how we recognize faces through artificial intelligence

MIT researchers have developed a computational model which aims to capture the human elements of facial recognition and implement it in our artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning systems. On Thursday, MIT revealed the research, conducted at the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines (CBMM), headquartered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. What’s Hot on ZDNet The researchers designed a machine learning system which implements the new model and they have trained it to recognize sets of particular faces based on sample imagery, resulting in a far more accurate and ‘human’ way of recognizing faces. An interesting aspect of the model is the “spontaneous” addition of a facial recognition processing step which takes place when an image is displayed showing a face which is rotated — such as 45 degrees…


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