IARPA begins Janus project to improve facial recognition biometry

America’s Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA) will soon launch the Janus project, which aims to improve facial recognition systems.

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Intelligence analysts use facial images in order to discern the identity of individuals, but the enormous volume of videos and photos can be overwhelming. The current identification methods have proven to be most effective when they use full-frontal photos of people’s faces taken in a specific pose for identification purposes.

Janus hopes to develop tools and techniques that can improve facial recognition performance by establishing identity using videos and photos taken in a variety of poses and expressions.

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