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My Heritage Face Recognition

First they gives you the impression that they will do it in the right way and I was very interested in seeing the result
so I uploaded picture of my face
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Hoping to see at least 20% accurate result, I know some will try to remind me that I'm visually blind but hey come'n it's my face and I can recognize it better than anyone

I know that I'm a guy with a very choppy face that change even more than the weather in November, so I picked the above photo as it's one of the clearest photos I have.


The first and the second steps in the system gives you the impression that you have uploaded your photo to a DAMN BIG MACHINE and it's processing now every pixel trying to recognize your face
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Basically at this moment I felt I'm in front of eye recognition machine at the airport and eventually they will arrest me for farting in the street when I was 10 years old :D
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The process takes about 60 seconds, I don't know why but in the last twenty second you will feel so anxious to see the result, you will feel every second passing tek tek tek tek tek and hoooooooooooooooooob here is the so disappointing result :(


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try it now and lets see which monkey relate to you :d

[tags] heritage, face, recognition [/tags]

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