Record-setting facial recognition software tests near perfect
Computer scientists from Hong Kong University have unveiled the most accurate facial recognition software in the world. The algorithm, which scored a near perfect 99.15 per cent accuracy rating in tests, could prove to be a game-changing technology in automated crowd security. Ben Gruber reports.
I'm sure this is a moment that goalkeeper would like back! His attempt at clearing the ball ends up turning into a bizarre own goal. From a recent match featuring NCAA teams Nazarene and Oklahoma Baptist.
Quirky, the blind kitten, has quite the experience after stepping foot onto a tile floor for the first time. He's adorable! Even though there's no sound, this moment will bring a smile to your face.
Andy Miller spotted this moment of child genius while enjoying the snow on a place called Rocket Hill in Hutchinson, Minnesota. In a video he called “The coolest kids on the hill”, Miller shows the kids riding in a homemade rocket down the hill. Credit: YouTube/Andy Miller.