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Hi was wondering if its possible to track down someone using facial recognition like it happens in movies?

 

 

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1 minute ago, adarw said:

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so hypothetically if i had a database with face recognition data and idk where that person is and want to find them and he or she does not want to be found how do i do this

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Depends on what we are talking about. Are we talking about governmental organizations with access to large-scale databases? Then sure it's theoretically possible. China is doing it already to track their citizens. 

 

Are we a talking about Joe-schmoe with a bit of python experience? No. 

 

It all depends on what datasets and hardware the organization has access to. 

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2 minutes ago, Skipple said:

Depends on what we are talking about. Are we talking about governmental organizations with access to large-scale databases? Then sure it's theoretically possible. China is doing it already to track their citizens. 

 

Are we a talking about Joe-schmoe with a bit of python experience? No. 

 

It all depends on what datasets and hardware the organization has access to. 

if i hypothetically have access to all the required hardware and datasets how would i do it?

I was wondering if there is something like the algorithm from arrow where felicity Smoak uses an algorithm to find someone using public cams but instead of public cams i am using my own private cams

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11 minutes ago, bigbosss said:

if i hypothetically have access to all the required hardware and datasets how would i do it?

I was wondering if there is something like the algorithm from arrow where felicity Smoak uses an algorithm to find someone using public cams but instead of public cams i am using my own private cams

I'm not understanding the environment you are attempting to apply facial recognition to or what you expect the outcome to be. Regardless, facial recognition neural networks are incredibly complex and I don't have enough experience to begin to know how you would deploy one as you are describing. Like everything else, I'm sure there is an opensource solution for this out there somewhere if you look hard enough.

 

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Hasn't there been a very recent LTT video about this? 

I think if you want to apply this for your own house it's pretty easy (not cheap probably). 

LTT used it as a "If camera sees Linus, turn on Spotify playlist XYZ" type of thing and not for finding someone. 

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5 hours ago, bigbosss said:

if i hypothetically have access to all the required hardware and datasets how would i do it?

If you had access to the datasets you'd also have access to the software designed to make use of them.

 

And yes LTT has recently made a video talking of some solutions you can use for yourself at home although it was in the context of home assistant.

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On 11/27/2021 at 7:56 AM, bigbosss said:

so hypothetically if i had a database with face recognition data and idk where that person is and want to find them and he or she does not want to be found how do i do this

You rely on the fact that a wanted person's face is going to show up on a CCTV camera image somewhere, sooner or later. Each and every camera image would have to be available to the machine performing the search, including information where that camera is stationed and maybe which direction it is looking.

 

This requires a large amount of cameras "everywhere", which is why it's only really possible for nation states. It also means it'll only work if the person you want to find is visiting public places that have cameras and their face is visible to at least one of them. If they're hiding somewhere in the country side, actively avoiding places with cameras, chances are very low you're going to find them this way.

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