There was a nice report on NPR today about facial recognition using artificial intelligence. Apparently a lot of privacy issues for some individuals. The reporter, however, mention that the technology could be useful for blind and low vision people. I am surprised, and PR fought about the issue that deep. Recognition of facial expression on a picture is indeed important for people with vision disability. Could this make an exception to privacy issues for apps such as Be My Eyes for example?
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