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Facebook Is Killing Its Face Recognition System Due to ‘Social Concerns’

The company plans to shutter its long-criticized technology

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In January 2019, millions of Facebook users posted before-and-after pictures of themselves under the hashtag “10YearsChallenge.” The idea was to score social media points by showing how the passage of time changed your looks.




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