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https://actu.epfl.ch/news/when-deep-learning-mistakes-a-coffee-maker-for-a-c/ (paper linked in article)
Can we find any way of exploiting this (at least until the algorithms get improved) for image recognition camouflage? Will that even matter with how primitive they are presently?

ITT we discuss use of image recognition to potentially invade our privacy and ways to prevent that


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>CV Dazzle explores how fashion can be used as camouflage from face-detection technology, the first step in automated face recognition.


You could wear images of things that confuse it over your mouth like a surgical mask, right?


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>HyperFace is a new kind of camouflage that aims to reduce the confidence score of facial detection and recognition by providing false faces that distract computer vision algorithms.

Basically, Hyperface is a camo pattern that works by providing facial recognition with a soykafload of false-positives in order to distract it from your actual face.