Privacy of Facial Soft Biometrics: Suppressing Gender But Retaining Identity

@inproceedings{Othman2014PrivacyOF,
  title={Privacy of Facial Soft Biometrics: Suppressing Gender But Retaining Identity},
  author={Asem A. Othman and Arun Ross},
  booktitle={ECCV Workshops},
  year={2014}
}
We consider the problem of perturbing a face image in such a way that it cannot be used to ascertain soft biometric attributes such as age, gender and race, but can be used for automatic face recognition. Such an exercise is useful for extending different levels of privacy to a face image in a central database. In this work, we focus on masking the gender information in a face image with respect to an automated gender estimation scheme, while retaining its ability to be used by a face matcher… CONTINUE READING
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