Google claims its 'FaceNet' system has almost perfected recognising human faces - and is accurate 99.96% of the time | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Google claims its 'FaceNet' system has almost perfected recognising human faces - and is accurate 99.96% of the time

In the paper, titled 'FaceNet: A Unified Embedding for Face Recognition and Clustering', Google claims the system achieved nearly 100-percent accuracy rate on the facial recognition dataset Labeled Faces in the Wild.

The dataset uses more than 13,000 face images from the Internet to measure how accurate the algorithms are at verifying whether two images are of the same individual

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