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Microsoft dissatisfied with the "Daily Mail" to take How-Old.net judge the refugee age

via:博客园     time:2016/10/20 19:01:18     readed:998

British "Daily Mail" recently arrived on the British "young refugees" report controversial, in the article editor seems to use the Microsoft How-Old.Net service to determine the true age of juvenile refugees, and the British Montessori Conservative Party Senator David Davies forwarded the article saying that the age of these refugees may seem inconsistent with the report, the British people to win the sympathy of the suspect, causing widespread controversy. "The refugee crisis" topic is quite sensitive, this discussion let Microsoft's situation a little embarrassed.

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Today, Microsoft expressed a clear dissatisfaction with the publication of tweets accused the "Daily Mail" should not be wrong to use How-Old.Net tool

"How-Old.Net is intended to demonstrate the power of machine learning techniques to show developers how to make use of these interesting applications. And its intention is not used as a basis for judging the age of & rdquo;

How-Old.Net this is Microsoft's use of machine learning technology to create interesting tools, according to the picture to identify the approximate age of the characters, as long as the face of a shot or from the album to find a photo, it can automatically determine the photo On the age of the characters, and can simultaneously identify a picture of the number of characters on the age.

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