So far, so uncontroversial.
Faception has been working on its classifiers for more than three years now with the best team in the world to get where we are today, says co-founder Gilad Bechar, who is now at Moburst, a marketing company in New York, but remains on the Faception board.
Many machine vision researchers are crying foul, however.
There are always accuracy issues with machine learning algorithms, he says.
In the past few years, physiognomy – the notion that a person s character can be assessed from their appearance – has enjoyed a mild comeback after long being relegated to pseudoscience.
But even the more recent results have been quite broad.