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Polar Rose's facial recognition feature correctly identified half of the photos in this batch of Flickr images.
(Credit: Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET)
Without any big fuss, a face-recognition feature has been added to Flickr.
The new feature was launched recently by Swedish start-up Polar Rose. It lets users import all their photos from a Flickr account to an account on Polar Rose, where the images are then automatically assembled into groups dedicated to various individuals.
As with similar features in Google Picasa and Apple iPhoto, names eventually show up next to faces in the photos once the user has identified the faces. The labels then get sent back to the Flickr account. Polar Rose, founded by Swedish mathematician Jan Erik Solem in 2004, intends to license its technology to numerous Web sites. More at; http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10224607-2.html?tag=mncol
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