19 Apr '11, 4pm

RoboCop-Like Glasses Will Scan, Identify 400 Faces Per Second at Brazilian World Cup

RoboCop-Like Glasses Will Scan, Identify 400 Faces Per Second at Brazilian World Cup

Military police officials from Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro , which will both host major games in the World Cup, have already previewed the glasses. People may be fallible, but computers are rarely wrong. “To the naked eye two people may appear identical but with 46,000 points compared, the data will not be beaten,” says Sao Paulo’s Major Leandro Pavani Agostini. “It’s something discreet because you do not question the person or ask for documents. The computer does it.”

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/robocop-like-glasses-will-scan-i...

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