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The object is designed to protect the image against face recognition algorithms used in modern cameras installed in public space. It is a kind of mask made of brass [...] This project was preceded by a long-term study on the shape, size and location of mask elements so that it actually fulfills its task. When testing solutions, I used the DeepFace algorithm, which is used by Facebook.

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6 Responses:

  1. frustrum says:

    What will come first: successfully lobbying to make these illegal to wear in public places like motorcycle helmets, or a more powerful algorithm that makes them ineffectual?

  2. neuralshock says:

    Possibly related: Conan Osiris' mask for the EuroVision Song Contest.

  3. ctag says:

    I want a browser add-on that auto-applies a Universal Adversarial Perturbation to images uploaded to Facebook. Easier than having people wear a mask.

    https://blog.acolyer.org/2017/09/12/universal-adversarial-perturbations/

    • margaret says:

      I think they have a system like that. It's called "not posting to Facebook." If you need technology to accomplish this install pihole and blacklist facebook.com.

      • ctag says:

        And how do those pesky condom manufacturers stay in business when all anyone needs is abstinence? Otherwise, point taken.

        • margaret says:

          if you are equating posting selfies to facebook to fucking you are doing one or both all wrong.

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