As we age, our faces change, becoming slowly different from images used for facial recognition – so new photos may be needed more frequently to maintain accuracy and security
24 August 2022
By Matthew Sparkes
We can age as little as five years before face-recognition algorithms begin to struggle to identify us as the same person. This means systems that rely on facial recognition may need to get new images of users periodically or risk being unable to verify who they are.
Face recognition is now used at border crossings, by police to watch for known offenders in public and even to unlock our phones. But there has been little research on how these systems …