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These clothes use outlandish designs to trick facial recognition software into thinking you're not human

Business Insider Friday, 17 January 2020
These clothes use outlandish designs to trick facial recognition software into thinking you're not human· Facial recognition technology is everywhere: More than half of Americans' faces are now logged in police databases.
· To push back against surveillance, designers have invented clothes and accessories that make your face undetectable.
· The accessories combine fashion and technology, and can trick algorithms meant to...
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