The 'Generative Model of 3D Face Identity' is able to reconstruct facial models using information stored in a person's brain when recalling the familiar face of another person.
Adults who played Pokemon video games as children had preferential activation in the visual system for Pokemon character, researchers report. The finding shed light on the development of the visual system and categorization in the brain.
New study finds visible teeth are key to identifying a face in a large group. Scientists have found new evidence...
Emotional recognition technology is rapidly growing into a multi-billion dollar industry. Researchers investigate the limitations of new AI technology, and some of the biases within the algorithms, when it comes to identifying human emotions efficiently.
Using an AI technique called adversarial training, researchers have developed a new algorithm that dynamically disrupts facial recognition systems, which may help to maintain privacy.
Researchers report the amygdala may play a bigger role in facial recognition than previously thought. According to a new study, the amygdala responds more specifically to images of the face than the fusiform face area does.
Researchers report facial recognition varies by where they appear in the visual field, and this variability is reduces through learning familiar faces via social interactions. The study reports repeated social interactions tune visual neurons in the face processing network to enable consistent and rapid rapid recognition of familiar faces.
Could it be possible to judge a person's socioeconomic status by simply looking at their face? A new study revels that people can accurately assess whether a person is rich or poor, but only when the person displays a neutral face that is void of a smile or emotion.