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'Untrained Eyes' explores how computers perceive you

9 monthes ago   |   By Engadget

If you search for "man" on Google, most of the image results you'll get are of white males looking confidently at the camera. "Woman," meanwhile, brings up pictures of women that appear to have been taken from a male gaze - and yes, you guessed it,...
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