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HM khairul
Jun 25, 2022
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Recently, memes have appeared on the market. E-Commerce Photo Editing You may have heard about it. "Ten Years Challenge". This issue appeared on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with a dozen or so infrequently used identifiers, along with various hashtags such as 10YearChallenge, Ten Year Challenge, and even How Hard Did Aging Hit You. You may have posted a photo yourself. was fun. You liked to see pictures of your friends. "Wow! You're a little old!" E-Commerce Photo Editing It's always good to hear. It was until someone told you that you read an E-Commerce Photo Editing article that this meme is a potentially malicious attempt by Facebook to collect your photos to help train their facial recognition software. , And you felt fooled! But was it? No, were you? Probably not. Meme training? The implication that this meme can be more than just some innocent E-Commerce Photo Editing social media fun comes from Wired's article by Kate O'Neil. For the sake of clarity, this article does not state that memes are deceptive, but suggests that they may be used to train Facebook's facial recognition software. Advertisement Continue reading below From E-Commerce Photo Editing wired. "Suppose you want to train a facial recognition algorithm on age-related characteristics, more specifically, how people look as they get older (for example, how people look as they get older). Ideally, many people's photos. You need a wide range of rigorous datasets, including. It's helpful to know that they are a certain number of years apart, say 10 years apart. " O'Neill didn't say it wasn't, but E-Commerce Photo Editing he didn't say it wasn't. That was enough to generate dozens of articles and thousands of shares that warned users that they were being fooled. But were they so? Meme Unless you're working on Facebook, you can't be 100% sure, but I appreciate Vegas' odds that this meme is more harmless fun than it looks.
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