Biometrics with Topics in Face Recognition. Dr. Karl Ricanek, Jr. Assistant Professor Computer Science Dept University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Discussion Overview. Biometrics Definition/History Technologies Face Recognition History/Issues Research Focus Questions and Answers.
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Dr. Karl Ricanek, Jr.
Computer Science Dept
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
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ACLU press release: Drawing a blank: Tampa police records reveal poor performance of face-recognition technology: Tampa officials have suspended use of the system. Jan. 3, 2002.
Reports that system in real world app was effective 53% of the time
“System logs obtained by the ACLU through Florida's open-records law show that the system never identified even a single individual contained in the department’s database of photographs.”Face Recognition Technologies: Field Reports