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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Brian Martin
He told a Senate hearing this month that while recognition algorithms match faces accurately 99.7 percent of the time, the studies are conducted only in controlled situations with perfect pictures and perfect lighting.
Such identifications almost always need a human observer to verify that the computer is correct, he said.