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Why facial recognition failed - 23 avril 2013
The images were poor and the databases were limited, explains an expert. But all that’s going to change, soon It’s a staple of TV dramas — the photograph of a suspect is plugged into a law enforcement database, and a few minutes later : presto ! We have a match ! Facial recognition for the win ! Except the magic (...)

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"I make $1.45 a week and I love it" - 21 novembre 2007
On Amazon Mechanical Turk, thousands of people are happily being paid pennies to do mind-numbing work. Is it a boon for the bored or a virtual sweatshop ? A picture of a woman’s pink shoe floats on my computer screen. It’s a flat, a street version of a ballet shoe. My job is to categorize the shoe based on a list (...)

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Does Flickr = Censr ? Yahoo might be to blame - 14 juin 2007
The photo-sharing site blocks users in Germany and several Asian countries from looking at "restricted" pictures. By Farhad Manjoo Flickr won’t let people in Singapore, Germany, Hong Kong or South Korea look at photos of breasts, butts, backs, as well as Nazi symbols or other images deemed offensive in those (...)