Experts at MIT believe that they were able to better understand how the brain recognizes faces

At the Massachusetts Institute of technology have developed a new computer model of face recognition mechanism, which is thought to be similar to that used by the brain.

The model was implemented in created by researchers trained the system. After training revealed that the system has allocated an intermediate detection phase, which is determined by the rotation angle of the face relative to the Central position. Project participants emphasize that this property has not been laid originally appeared in the learning process. However, it repeats the feature of face recognition primates identified experimentally. According to scientists, this indicates that their model is similar to models used by the brain.

A better understanding of the mechanism of face recognition of a person can help in creating more accurate solutions of this kind, which are in demand in the art, for example, in mobile devices (authorization features to unlock), and security systems.

Source: MIT

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