Learning Person-Specific Representations From Faces in the Wild

@article{Chiachia2014LearningPR,
  title={Learning Person-Specific Representations From Faces in the Wild},
  author={Giovani Chiachia and Alexandre X. Falc{\~a}o and Nicolas Pinto and Anderson Rocha and David D. Cox},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={2089-2099}
}
Humans are natural face recognition experts, far out-performing current automated face recognition algorithms, especially in naturalistic, “in the wild” settings. However, a striking feature of human face recognition is that we are dramatically better at recognizing highly familiar faces, presumably because we can leverage large amounts of past experience with the appearance of an individual to aid future recognition. Meanwhile, the analogous situation in automated face recognition, where a… CONTINUE READING
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