Photo credit: The Verge / ReutersRead more for a hands-on video and additional information. Realistic masks are being used to train car software to learn about humans https://t.co/bEynE05QYc via @ReutersTV pic.twitter.com/jBdQYylCta — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) November 20, 2018 “REAL-f Co. says it would like to see the masks used in the future for medical purposes and developing humanoid robots at a lower cost. There’s also the obvious use case of using them to test and try to thwart security measures. A Japanese car company, for example, ordered a mask of a sleeping face in order to train its tech to detect when a driver nods off,” reports The Verge.
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