Tencent Shenzhen and QQ Alert master face recognition technology to find lost loved ones

QQ Alert.jpgBy deep-learning the transformation pattern of facial features, QQ Alert and Tencent Shenzhen, China have mastered the latest face recognition technology. The system is able to simulate a person's appearances years ago from a photo taken today by eliminating the typical facial transformation through time. The accuracy has reached 99.8%. Change is no longer an unsolvable challenge. It means that finding missing kinsfolk through old photos becomes possible. The advanced technology allows for processing 50 million photos per second. The matching result is retrieved immediately. Thus, the chance for reunion is significantly increased.

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