Over the past few years, facial recognition technology has been more ubiquitous than ever. Mid- to high-range phones are now equipped with face recognition to unlock phones, adding a security layer to safeguard personal and sensitive data. Facebook also uses the technology to identify members who appear on photos, allowing users to find photos they’re in and get suggestions on who to tag.
Facial recognition has broken free from the realms of science fiction and made its way to the mainstream. But beyond unlocking phones and tagging photos on social media, facial recognition proves useful in other real-world applications… iTechPost