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Facial Analytics: What Are You Smiling At?
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Madhava verma dantuluri
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Madhava verma dantuluri,
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3/16/2014 | 6:08:03 AM
Good
Good share.
Gary_EL
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Gary_EL,
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3/14/2014 | 10:38:19 PM
Why I didn't buy
This would provide some pretty important information for retailers. They can chart the course of a customer's visit to their store, and compare those who bought and those who didn't. They'll know what made us smile, what made us frown and what frustrated us. This will provide invaluable feedback about what caused our buy/not buy decision. It could also be used at restaurants - do our facial expressions reveal if we come back or not. I'm afraid, however, that privacy really is a thing of the past.
Mashka
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Mashka,
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3/14/2014 | 6:44:27 PM
Security reason
The first and the most obvious  usage of this application is for security. It may bey a great way to prevent some acts of violence in public places. But I wonder what else it can be used for?


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