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But its talents boil down ,achines a superhuman ability to spot patterns in large volumes of data. Facebook has used this ability to produce maps of poor regions in unprecedented detail, with an AI system that has learned what human settlements look like from satellite pictures. Medical researchers have trained AI in smartphones to detect cancerous gya a Google system can make precise guesses about the year a photograph was taken, simply because it has seen more photos than a human could ever inspect, and has spotted patterns that no human could.

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Someimages were whittled down to 35, that showed faces clearly and met certain criteria.

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Liking Wu-Tang Clan was a tip-off to male heterosexuality. As fetuses develop in the womb, they are exposed to various levels of hormones, in particular testosterone. When asked to macines the males most likely to be gay, only 47 of those chosen by the system actually were, meaning that the system ranked some straight men as more likely to be gay than men who actually are. The researchers suggest the software does this by picking up on subtle differences in facial structure.

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For those with secrets to keep, all this is bad news. Using other techniques, the program was found to pay most attention to the nose, eyes, eyebrows, cheeks, hairline and chin for determining male sexuality; the nose, mouth corners, hair and neckline were more important for women.

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What a Face Reveals Regardless of effectiveness, the study raises knotty questions about perceptions of sexual orientation. Kosinski said. Kosinski said in an interview. This did not sit well with some who suggested that this is just the latest example of physiognomy, rationalized by deep neural networks.

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Jonathan M. The backlash has been fierce. Rather, they have demonstrated that such software is possible. The software would also mistake 9 percent of gay people as straight people.

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It was simply a pattern identified by a machine. Both humans and machine were given pairings of two faces — one straight, one gay — and asked to pick who was more likely heterosexual. The machine intelligence tested in the research, which was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and first reported in the Economistwas based on a sample of more than 35, facial images that men and women publicly posted on machined US dating website.

More frighteningly, governments that continue to prosecute LGBT people could hypothetically use the technology to out and target populations. To demonstrate this weakness, the researchers selected 1, men at random with at least five photographs, but in a ratio of gay to straight that more accurately reflects the real world; approximately seven in every Now we know that we need protections. The authors Worcester Massachusetts call me 7oh2 6eight9 79six4 then ready to pit their prediction model against humans in what would become a notorious gaydar competition.

Using dating profile photos as well as photos taken in a lab, he has consistently found that photos of a face provide clues to all kinds of attributes, including sexuality machine social class. That was not their goal.

Dr Kosinski is at pains to make clear that he has invented no new technology, merely bolted together software and data that are readily available to anyone with an internet connection. Chinese companies were developing facial recognition software not amchines to catch known criminals — but also to help the government predict who might break the law next. To for a link between appearance and sexuality, Dr. The professor is known for his work with Cambridge University on psychometric profiling, including using Facebook data to make conclusions about personality.

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machnies Dig deeper. Within several weeks of publication, Facebook had changed its default settings, keeping likes private. He was one of dozens of academics, scientists and others who picked apart the study in blog posts and Tweet storms.

Gay people, he has found, tend to post higher-quality photos. The computer had learned to detect brightness. Few seemed concerned. Finally, the dilation of the pupils was also exceedingly difficult to measure, as the change Married looking real sex Brenham often smaller than one millimeter. But its talents boil down to a superhuman ability to spot patterns in large volumes of data. With the right data sets, Dr Kosinski says, similar AI systems might be trained to spot other intimate traits, such as IQ or political views.

But the authors argued that the technology already exists, and its capabilities are important to expose so that governments and companies can proactively consider privacy risks and the need for safeguards and regulations.

If the goal is to pick a small of people who are very likely to be gay out of a large group, the system appears able to do so. This left 35, pictures of 14, people, machnies gay and straight, male and female, all represented evenly. Medical researchers have trained AI in smartphones to detect cancerous lesions; a Google system can make precise guesses about the year a photograph was taken, simply because it has seen more photos than a human could ever inspect, and has spotted patterns that no human could.

When the computer was given five photos for each person instead of just one, accuracy rose to 83 percent for women and 91 percent for the men. In both cases the level of performance far outstrips human ability to make this distinction.

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All of our online likes, Dr. Only later did analysts realize that the American tanks had been photographed on a sunny day and the Russian tanks had been photographed on a cloudy day.

Share via An illustrated depiction of facial analysis technology similar to that used in the experiment. Outside the lab the accuracy rate would be much lower. Kosinski said he did not build his tool from scratch, as many suggested; rather, he began with a widely used facial analysis program to show just how easy it would be for anyone to pull off something similar.

The images were cropped further and then processed through a deep neural network, a layered mathematical system capable of identifying patterns in vast amounts of data.

However, when asked to pick out the ten faces it was most confident about, nine of the chosen were in fact gay. These are known to play a role in developing facial structures, and may similarly be involved in determining sexuality. Just because humans are unable to see the s in faces does not mean that machines cannot do so. At the heart of the controversy is rising concern about the potential for facial analysis to be misused and for findings about its effectiveness to be distorted.

Firstly, images from a dating site are likely to be particularly revealing of sexual orientation.

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The study has limitations. When the resulting model was run on data which it had not seen before, it far outperformed humans at distinguishing between gay and straight faces. All were white, the researchers said, because they could not find enough dating profiles of gay minorities to generate a statistically valid result. The paper had already made its way through the official peer review process before unofficial reviewers began ripping it to shreds.

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