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    KOURTNEY Kardashian has shocked fans with a dramatic new makeover, debuting a change to her eyes and her hairstyle. The reality star has been known to play with her look, even if only through social media filters. 5Kourtney Kardashian shocked fans with her dramatic makeoverCredit: Instagram / Kourtney Kardashian 5The reality star has developed a signature look through the yearsCredit: Hulu On Wednesday, Kourtney, 43, took to her Instagram Stories to show off her new look. She walked as she filmed herself, showing off what appeared to be red eyes. The Kardashians star had her short hair slicked back with just one small portion hanging loose in her face. At one point, she played with her ponytail, revealing what appeared to be long extensions in her hair. More on KourtneyHIDING? Kourtney hides her stomach with baggy pants as fans convinced she's pregnant WHAT THE TRUCK? Kourtney Kardashian slammed for ‘mocking poor people’ with truck stop shoot She had a face full of makeup, including dark grey and black eyeshadow. The mom of three wore an oversized...
    KARDASHIANS fans were in hysterics after Kim's usually preened look took a hammering courtesy of a filter. The SKIMS founder, 41, was branded "beyond creepy" after her latest video was uploaded to Instagram with a major glitch. 5Kardashian fans mock Kim after spotting a major glitch in her latest videoCredit: Instagram 5They noted how the SKIMS founder's eyebrows appeared to jump off her face courtesy of a filterCredit: Instagram Kim's pal Olivia Pierson filmed the KUWTK favorite at the opening of her new skincare brand, in a clip which saw the mom oozing glam in a strapless dress. She had pulled her newly-blonde locks into a plait and wore thick black eye make up to complete her look. Kim told the crowds: "You know we are all so busy with our lives but to come and spend the night with me at my office for the launch of SKKN ..." Yet things flipped for the reality star as she turned her face to the side - causing her eyebrows to leap upwards in a surprised look. READ MORE KIM KARDASHIANWORK...
    Microsoft is retiring a controversial facial recognition feature that claims to identify emotion in people's faces from videos and photos. As part of an overhaul its AI policies, the US tech giant is removing facial analysis capabilities that infer emotional states, like surprise and anger, from Azure Face.  It's also retiring the ability of the technology platform to identify attributes such as gender, age, smile, hair and makeup.  Microsoft's Azure Face is a service for developers that uses AI algorithms to detect, recognise, and analyse human faces in digital images.  It is used in scenarios such as identity verification, touchless access control and face blurring for privacy.  From this week, Microsoft is retiring Azure Face capabilities that 'infer emotional states', such as surprise and anger, based on facial expressions WHAT IS AZURE FACE?Microsoft's Azure Face service for developers provides AI algorithms that detect, recognise, and analyse human faces in digital images.  Facial recognition software is important in many different applications, such as identity verification, touchless access control, and face blurring for privacy.  According to Microsoft, Azure Face lets developers embed facial recognition...
    THE Ronald McDonald statue has a classic look, but there are times when the usual design veers from what we're used to. Cassandra Thomas, a young woman who goes by chipotlegyal on social media, shared the bizarre look of one of the beloved McDonald's statues the franchise placed in her town. 3Thomas's town is obsessed with the boll weevil bugCredit: Tik Tok / chipotlegyal 3The statue concept is likely a nod to the boll weevil bugCredit: Tik Tok / chipotlegyal In a TikTok video, Thomas began: "So today I found out that the local McDonald's in my hometown installed a new Ronald McDonald statue. "And I only learned this through a friend who sent me the Reddit post that's going viral about it. "And let me preface this by saying that my hometown is a dystopia of sorts, that is widely obsessed with the boll weevil bug because it ruined our cotton crops forever ago and forced us to diversify." At the time Thomas made the TikTok, the post featuring the Ronald McDonald statue had amassed 20,000 upvotes on Reddit....
    A WOMAN who has been shaving her face for 12 years has pleaded with Gillette to be the face of its next razor advert. TikTok user Sare was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal condition that can cause male-pattern hair growth, in her teens. 3Sare has approached Gillette to ask whether it would let her appear in one of its advertsCredit: Tiktok/@thatgirlsare 3She suffers from PCOS which can cause male-pattern hair growthCredit: Tiktok/@thatgirlsare She regularly shares videos promoting body positivity with her 50,000 strong TikTok following after learning to embrace her hirsutism.  And in a recent video, Sare appealed to the shaving brand, hoping to be the first woman ever to front one of its campaigns. Sharing a video of herself shaving, Sare said: “OK Gillette, now I’ve got your attention will you let me be the first female in your adverts to shave her face with a razor. “I’ve got 12 years experience and a lot of people will be happy to see somebody like me shaving their face.” on Body Positivity NO WEIGH Trolls say my...
    Google is testing a new accessibility feature on Android phones that allows users to control functions by using facial gestures instead of touching its screen. Part of the Android Accessibility Suite app, it allows users to connect an external device and control a number of functions, like 'scroll forward,' 'scroll back,' 'home' and 'notifications.'  The update is intended to help people with disabilities, and who suffer from mobility issues which may make it harder for them to use a regular touch-screened device.  Users gestures are scanned by the phone's camera and assigned to an action of their choice. Right now the list of usable facial gestures includes 'Open Mouth,' 'Smile,' 'Raise Eyebrows,' 'Look Left,' 'Look Right' and 'Look Up.' An upgraded version of the 'Camera' Switch Access program was included as part of the Android 12 Beta 4 release, made available to Pixel phones on August 11, XDA Developers first reported.  Though the list is likely to grow, users in 'Camera Switches' mode can currently task a combination of gestures to perform the following functions: Pause Camera Switch Toggle auto-scan...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There are some new changes to expect at customs next time you travel through BWI Airport. The airport installed Simplified Arrival, which uses facial biometrics for a faster and touchless checkpoint. When you arrive from overseas, you will pause for a photo at the primary inspection point. The photograph is then compared to your passport or visa photo. U.S. Customs and Border Protection says this provides a safer travel experience while protecting people’s privacy.
    Miami : and 1.6 million users in the state of Illinois. A Chicago attorney, Jay Edelson, sued Facebook in 2015, alleging that the social network illegally collected biometric data to identify faces, in violation of a 2008 Illinois privacy law. Social media giant sues for privacy In late January 2020, Facebook agreed to pay $ 550 million after failing to get the lawsuit, filed as a class action in 2018, dismissed. But in July 2020 the judge in the case, James Donato, ruled that the amount was insufficient. During the trial, Facebook was proven to be violating Illinois law by storing biometric data – digital scans of people’s faces, through its facial tagging feature – without the consent of users. In 2019, Facebook proposed that the facial recognition feature be only optional For Donato, the ruling is “momentous” and represents a “major victory for consumers in the controversial field of digital privacy.” “It is one of the largest settlements ever reached for a privacy violation,” he said, noting that the plaintiffs will receive at least $ 345 each in...
    A federal judge on Friday gave final approval to a $650 million Facebook class action privacy settlement and ordered the 1.6 million members of the class in Illinois who submitted claims to be paid “as expeditiously as possible.” Chicago attorney Jay Edelson sued Facebook in Cook County Circuit Court back in 2015, alleging that the platform’s use of facial recognition tagging was not allowed under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act. The lawsuit claimed that Facebook’s Tag Suggestions tool, which scanned faces in users’ photos and offered suggestions about who the person might be, stored biometric data without users’ consent in violation of the Illinois law. The case became a class action lawsuit in 2018. In 2019, Facebook made facial recognition on the platform opt-in only. The three named plaintiffs in the suit will each receive $5,000 and others in the class will get at least $345 each, according to the order by Judge James Donato of the Northern District of California. Donato said the settlement was a “landmark result” and a “major win for consumers in the...
    While Zoom was originally created as a serious meeting application for businesses, it has since become one of the most-used services during the pandemic for anyone who wants to have a face-to-face virtual conversation. As a result, the company has been adding more fun stuff, such as weird backgrounds, to use for online family gatherings, friend chats, and well, for business meetings. And now, it’s come up with a feature called Studio Effects that gives you the ability to add a variety of eyebrows, facial hair, and lip color to your video image during Zoom sessions. The feature, still in beta, isn’t really new — Zoom announced it in September 2020 — but this is the first time many Zoom users are first discovering it. At any rate, it’s easy to find. Start up a Zoom session and go to Video Settings (which is found by hitting the arrow next to “Stop Video” at the bottom of the screen). From there, select “Background & Filters” and look for “Studio Effects (Beta)” in the lower right-hand corner. (You may need to...
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