SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: Face Recognition Systems (formerly [Sigia-l] OT: Library Thing)
Re: Face Recognition Systems (formerly [Sigia-l] OT: Library Thing)
On 9/30/05, Drop, Daniel SIK <ddrop_at_sikorsky.com> wrote:
> In Alexander's Johannesen's comment about face recognition software and
> video-motion detection software, he gave many examples of metadata that the
> software could automatically produce. He also stated, "These things aren't
> fantasy, only a bit hidden from the normal person." If there is someone who
> could unhide this ability in a forum like the IA Summit, there could be much
> interest. The Summit is always encouraging submissions from outside the
Sorry for the late reply, but I've been taking some time off. Yay.
As to your enquiry, it never actually occurred to me that my old past
in the high-tech security industry would have much relevance to
everything HCI, but it certainly is interesting in what can be
automagically extracted from live and still images.
As for myself, I left that industry over 8 years ago. Maybe I should
dig up some old contacts and tell them about emerging markets? :)
"Ultimately, all things are known because you want to believe you know."
- Frank Herbert
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