Artificial intelligence can recognise your face even in pixelated images

Forget trying to blur your pictures: Artificial intelligence can recognise your face even in pixelated images Machine learning was used to train standard image recognition softwareAI software was able to pick out faces that had been blurred or pixelatedIt also recognised objects and text that had been deliberately obscured Researchers warn it could present a serious threat to online privacy By Richard Gray for MailOnline Published: 11:23, 14 September 2016 | Updated: 11:34, 14 September 2016 It is used to disguise a person’s identity, cover explicit areas of an image or to render vehicle number plates unreadable.But deliberate pixilation of photographs could soon be rendered useless by artificial intelligence that can peer through the blurring to see what is hidden beneath.Software engineers have used machine learning to teach a piece of software to…


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