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These Are the 25 Highest-Paying College Majors; 5G and the Future of Turbocharged Marketing

Study: 1 in 2 American Adults Already In Facial Recognition Network; How to get important people to respond to your emails; Bigotry Isn’t Just Wrong, it’s Bad for Business; Why can’t Twitter make money or get sold? Branding the President of The United States; Here’s what the world will be like in 2045; The “Engelberg […]

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How To Create Brand Names That Don’t Suck; How I Finally Snagged My Dream Domain Name

PLUS: Elevate your corporate gifting with gifts they’ll really use; How She Did It: Nicole Shariat Farb on Launching Darby Smart; Great Leadership Isn’t About You; FBI has introduced a new facial recognition system; Behind the Scenes: How We Run the World’s Biggest Innovation Event; What is The Future of Sales Technology? and The 5 […]

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25¢ Crack Pipe Vending Machines; Google, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft Are Coming for Your Customers

PLUS: Got $1 Million? Pinterest Would Like to Sell You an Ad; Domaining’s Most Fascinating – Monte Cahn “$300 Million; The Hot New Job Market That’s Still (Mostly) Illegal; Man Sues Dating Site After Getting Scammed Out Of $70K; Marketing Messages: Be Familiar and Be Remembered and… Facebook’s facial recognition research project, “DeepFace” (yes really […]

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DeepFace: New Facebook software for facial recognition lacks the .com

Facebook has created software that can match images of faces regardless of angle or light conditions; performance matches that of a human: 97.25% of the time. Dubbed “DeepFace“, the artificial intelligence software uses a process where networks of simulated neurons learn to recognize patterns in large amounts of data. And Facebook has lots of data, […]

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Pet Recognition (.com) Facial recognition for dogs reunites lost pets with owners

PiP is a photographic database of found dogs and cats that uses facial recognition technology to help match them with lost ones.  23rd October 2013 in Lifestyle & Leisure. Putting up ‘Have you seen this dog?’ posters around the local neighborhood can only have limited success when a pet has gone missing. A new platform called PiP aims […]

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