#SheldonCooper is the Human Version of #Face++

SheldonWhat can Face++ tell you about a picture? According to this news, the program can identify with a high percentage of accuracy if a white person is gay or not. Interestingly enough, the data pool initially came from a dating site where the program took photos of people that were clearly identifiable as gay or straight and male or female. It then ran a quick assessment based on some crude variables like females who didn’t wear make-up, wore hats, and had wider jaws and narrower foreheads were lesbians. Men who had less facial hair and more narrow jaws were gay men. Go figure, right? So to be certain the Face++ program was accurate, random pictures were taken from Facebook. Again, the program got it right more often than not. I can’t help but think of Sheldon Cooper of “The Big Bang Theory”. If Face++ had a human body, it’d be him.

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