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(And just in San Jose, there's already 450 neighborhood cameras that have also agreed to share their footage for police investigations.) The new technologies concern the ACLU's policy director for technology and civil liberties.
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The trouble is, knowing you need a photo-face is one thing, finding it is quite another.
To some people it comes naturally — one of my friends has been pulling the same photo face since childhood on the basis that it has never let her down yet.
Face First sells software police officers can install on their smartphones and use to identify people in the field from up to 12 feet away.
Some privacy experts worry facial recognition technology will show up next in police body cameras, with potentially dangerous consequences...
Best to keep them out of the picture.’ Thank goodness, then, for an informative interview with Elizabeth Hurley, in which I read that her own fail-safe photo pose is achieved by proffering a half-to-three-quarter smile during which she places her tongue behind her upper front teeth.
This, apparently, minimises a double chin, and keeps the smile reasonably natural — and, coupled with the mantra of my old school dance teacher, who exhorted her pupils to give her ‘wide eyes, like startled deer’, Liz’s approach has become my photo-face ritual.
I note, however, that by far the most popular is the tried and tested ‘lips-closed’ smile, slightly raised at the corners but no teeth showing.
This, one friend solemnly told me, is the only truly reliable photoface. Too few can be a bit mad-dog, too many can be horse-face.
Careful studying revealed all had found a ‘thing’, a signature if you like.