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    Google announces advanced image recognition software

    The new system is capable of auto-captioning complex photographs.
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    Re: Google announces advanced image recognition software

    This may be very useful for automating image analysis of child abuse etc for law enforcement uses, making irritating flesh-tone based firewall and image blockers redundant as well as taking humans who work to weed out unsuitable images manually from social media sites (recent article in Wired about that, well worth finding a way to avoid subjecting workers from the worst excesses of humanity, which are posted on the internet).

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    Re: Google announces advanced image recognition software

    Looks like a good development - okay, so there's false readings, but surely that's to be expected in a system of this complexity? I'm sure that, with time, the "failure" rate will fall.

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    Re: Google announces advanced image recognition software

    Yes they will use it to spy on everyone and put a face to there database, with all your details,
    your D.O.B, Medical records, Social security number,
    Bank details,
    and every bit of information they can retrieve about you
    link all this to there G.P.S. SPY in the sky,
    so they can track every movement you make,
    use it to frame you or anything they want, of course the Americans will have the
    RF.ID CHIP before any one else
    this is the way the world going, THE MARK OF THE BEAST,

    so please don't think it would be used for the good of mankind it will not
    it will be used by the corrupt government's American and the British

    they are the most corrupt.
    anyone whom says its not is lying to him/her self
    Tom G

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    Re: Google announces advanced image recognition software

    Don't forget the lizard people.

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