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About Wayne Rowlands

Wayne Rowlands is a Co-Founder of FaceAffinity.

Nielsen Executive Joins FaceAffinity

Nielsen Executive Joins FaceAffinity Face technology start-up continues to build advisory network to support the company’s rapid growth plans SANTA ROSA, Calif. – March 24, 2015 – FaceAffinity, a start-up focused on advanced face pattern analysis technology, today announced that Robert L. McCann, Jr., formerly executive vice president of The Nielsen Company, has joined the company’s Board of Advisors. McCann brings [...]

By | March 25th, 2015|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Nielsen Executive Joins FaceAffinity

Face Technology That Determines Compatibility

At FaceReflect, we now have face technology that displays compatibility between two people. The analysis is easy to perform. Just sign up for a free membership at FaceReflect. Then upload pictures of yourself, friends, or celebrities to get your FaceReflect personality analyses. Next, go to the Compatibility Analysis section and select two of your FaceReflects and you will be provided [...]

By | March 1st, 2015|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Face Technology That Determines Compatibility

FaceAffinity Founder Rowlands Interview at KRCB

FaceAffinity Co-Founder Wayne Rowlands was interviewed on KRCB Radio. Mr. Rowlands describes the launch of the FaceAffinity technology and how it will affect various markets in a positive way. FaceAffinity is the base technology that powers the FaceReflect apps.

By | February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on FaceAffinity Founder Rowlands Interview at KRCB

FaceAffinity now live at Fundable

The face technology that makes FaceReflect possible is the FaceAffinity API. FaceAffinity is now live at Fundable. Check out this cutting-edge technology at Fundable.

By | January 31st, 2015|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on FaceAffinity now live at Fundable

Facebook Creates Software That Matches Faces With Deep Learning

Facebook’s new AI research group reports a major improvement in face-processing software. Facebook’s new software, known as DeepFace, performs what researchers call facial verification (it recognizes that two images show the same face), not facial recognition (putting a name to a face). But some of the underlying techniques could be applied to that problem, says Yaniv Taigman, a member of [...]

By | May 12th, 2014|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Facebook Creates Software That Matches Faces With Deep Learning

Judging faces

Faces are the original social media. From birth, we show preferences for faces over any other objects, and for good reason: faces convey information about who a person is, what they might be thinking, and how they might be feeling. Perhaps not surprisingly, psychologists have studied how we process and evaluate faces to an almost obsessive extent. While much of [...]

By | March 13th, 2014|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Judging faces

Facial recognition technology identifies strangers to online profiles and law enforcement databases

FACIALNETWORK.COM ANNOUNCES BETA RELEASE OF “NAMETAG” THE FIRST REAL-TIME FACIAL RECOGNTION APP FOR GOOGLE GLASS The real world is about to become a much more connected place. Utilizing some of the most accurate facial recognition software in the world, NameTag can spot a face using Google Glass’ camera, send it wirelessly to a server, compare it to millions of records [...]

By | January 11th, 2014|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Facial recognition technology identifies strangers to online profiles and law enforcement databases

Washington frets over ‘Minority Report’-style facial recognition technology

In Steven Spielberg's futuristic "Minority Report," Tom Cruise's character sees a custom ad for Guinness after his face is scanned in the year 2054. Similar technology, however, isn't science fiction. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus let people unlock their phones with a glance in 2011, while Apple was awarded a patent on Tuesday for facial recognition technology that could find its way into [...]

By | January 4th, 2014|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Washington frets over ‘Minority Report’-style facial recognition technology

Advertisers to try face scan technology

Imagine walking into a supermarket and having a digital billboard or kiosk determine what you want to buy for dinner before you've decided for yourself. A new facial recognition technology can do just that. Intel has developed new software that can instantly analyze a person's face to come up with their gender and age. While facial recognition has been used [...]

By | January 4th, 2014|Categories: Face Technology|Comments Off on Advertisers to try face scan technology

Face Analysis of Meryl Streep and Margaret Thatcher

Reading Faces to Understand People A study conducted by scientists at Sweden’s Orebro University proves the age-old adage that refers to the eyes as the window to the soul. According to the research, patterns in the iris can give indications of whether a person is warm and trusting or neurotic and impulsive. In What Makes People Tick and Why, a [...]

By | December 21st, 2013|Categories: Faces|Comments Off on Face Analysis of Meryl Streep and Margaret Thatcher