By Rena Marie Pacella
Posted 01.01.2005 at 2:55 pm 0 Comments
Smart Smile “Smile map” software introduced by Stony Brook University researchers in March detects
patterns of muscle movement when a person smiles, and uses the data to identify the person later on. Developers expect it to outperform conventional face-recognition programs, which calculate the
distances between major features.
Print View In February, MIT student Saul Griffith introduced a
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