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"HP computers are racist" – Facial recognition Fails



I’m not sure when I came across this video but it’s pretty funny.  Two coworkers, Black Desi and White Wanda, were trying out the HP Media Smart Home Server with it’s Facial Tracking Software for Webcams.  The theory behind the software is that it uses basic biometrics to recognizer human faces and then tracks them as they move around in front of a webcam; problem is, Black Desi doesn’t get tracked.  After both Desi and Wanda pop in and out of the frame, and share the same space, it become’s clear that the software is not recognbizing Desi as a human/face.

HP Responded to the cry of racism very well, by basically ignoring the whole race aspect and looking at it from a straight up customer problem: The software tracks some people, but not all people.  From a blog post by Tony Welch:

“The technology we use is built on standard algorithms that measure the difference in intensity of contrast between the eyes and the upper cheek and nose,” Welch explains. “We believe that the camera might have difficulty ‘seeing’ contrast in conditions where there is insufficient foreground lighting.”

As of now, I couldn’t find any official information mentioning a fix/patch/upgrade to fix the problem, only the recommendation  that any users having similar problems should visit the HP Webcam Optimization Center.  Regardless, it’s hard not to laugh at Desi’s comments in the video.

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