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FaceReflect - Face Pattern Analysis

FaceReflect is the application that uses face pattern analysis and a proprietary algorithm to identify people’s trait characteristics. We use this information to provide people better insights to what makes each of us unique. With this information, we believe people can better communicate with each other and help us to make better choices in using our talents and the talents of others.

Naomi Tickle, Face Expert, Keynote Speaker in Santa Clara June 14, 2014

By | June 8th, 2014|Face Technology|

Sonoma Media Partners’ Face Expert Speaks at Health Summit June 14, 2014 — Santa Clara, California: Naomi Tickle, Face Expert and author of “What Makes People Tick & Why” will be a featured keynote speaker at the “Create Your Future” Health Summit. […]

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Facebook Creates Software That Matches Faces With Deep Learning

By | May 12th, 2014|Face Technology|

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 [...]

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Judging faces

By | March 13th, 2014|Face Technology|

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 [...]

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

By | January 11th, 2014|Face Technology|

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 [...]

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

By | January 4th, 2014|Face 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 [...]

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Advertisers to try face scan technology

By | January 4th, 2014|Face 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 [...]

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