What Does Facebook “See” in Your Photos? A New Browser Extension Reveals Facebook’s Hidden Image Tags
From The Daily Dot:
Facebook has not been secretive about its attempts to identify people, places, and things in the photos you upload to the social network. While some of its efforts verge on creepy, in recent months, Facebook has shown how it can use this technology to better allow visually impaired users to join the conversation around photos. And after downloading a simple browser extension, you can see how good (or poor) of a job Facebook is doing at this.
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