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Google claims its 'FaceNet' system has almost perfected recognising human faces - and is accurate 99.96% of the time
- Facebook's rival DeepFace uses technology from Israeli firm face.com
- DeepFace finds a matching face with 97.25% accuracy
- Google researchers call their system the most-accurate technology
- System could be used to automatically recognise photos on Google+
It is the battle for your face.
Facebook and Google have been involved in an algorithm war to come up with the perfect facial detection system.
Now Google has claimed the latest victory, saying its new FaceNet system is practically perfect - getting the right person 99.96% of the time.
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