Facial recognition improving 'at breakneck speeds'

GCN

For all the news coverage of facial recognition technology, it's currently just not that good. “Traditionally, face recognition software has worked very well on what I would call highly controlled photos,” said Chris Boehnen, a program manager with the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. Those would include pictures where the subject is looking at the camera and where there is good lighting, like a drivers license, visa or mugshot picture.