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AI can tell if people are gay or straight with one photo of their face
And while 41 had been etched into Mexican history as derogatory, the number is now considered a badge of courage and a symbol of strength for queer Mexicans. A Russian facial recognition app called FindFace is working with local police to identify suspects and last week Chinese police used the technology to catch criminals at a beer festival. We've noticed you're adblocking. The algorithm was able to detect subtle differences in facial structures that humans are incapable of picking up. February 29, Content source: A computer algorithm can tell if a person is gay or straight simply by scanning a picture of their face, researchers have shown.
W hen the computer was given five pictures of a person, it answered correctly 91pc of the time for men and 83pc for women. Links with this icon indicate that you are leaving the CDC website. Linking to a non-federal website does not constitute an endorsement by CDC or any of its employees of the sponsors or the information and products presented on the website. The researchers trained the AI using pictures of 36, men and 38, women, taken from online dating profiles of gay and straight people. T he researchers found that the computer program was less reliable in the real world, outside the confines of the experiment using dating site photos, but when it was asked to pick the people it was most confident were gay, nine out of 10 proved to be right.