Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP) Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP)
Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP)

Wearing a mask won’t stop facial recognition anymore

The coronavirus is prompting facial recognition companies to develop solutions for those with partially covered faces

Topic |   Facial recognition
Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP) Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP)
Accurate facial recognition isn’t simple, but it gets even harder when only part of the face is involved. (Picture: Dickson Lee/SCMP)
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