NYT – A face search engine anyone can use is alarmingly accurate

According to a New York Times article, for $30 a month a website called PimEyes will search through the Internet to find pictures containing given faces.  I uploaded a selfie of me and let it go search around to see what it could find. And it did successfully find pictures of me from the limitedContinue reading “NYT – A face search engine anyone can use is alarmingly accurate”

NYT – ‘Google offers a More Modest Vision of the Future’

According to the article, Google’s latest product announcements suggest a more subtle iteration of their ambitions in showing off machine learning. Worth a read. How much of this is the reality setting in that the end consumer doesn’t really see ‘machine learning’ as a thing, but rather the results? And sometimes those results are nowContinue reading “NYT – ‘Google offers a More Modest Vision of the Future’”