The Role of Adversarial Neural Networks in Face Recognition
Use of facial recognition systems in public spaces has become increasingly prevalent. While these systems offer numerous benefits, such as enhanced security and efficient identification processes, they also raise valid concerns regarding privacy in public. As public spy cameras and city surveillance become more prevalent, individuals worry about their personal information being captured and potentially misused.
To address these privacy concerns, researchers and developers are turning to adversarial neural networks for face recognition. Adversarial neural networks, also known as GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks), are a type of machine learning model that consists of two neural networks: a generator and a discriminator. The generator creates synthetic face images, while the discriminator’s role is to distinguish between real and synthetic faces.
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