Anti tech clothing, can it outwit facial recognition tech

Facial recognition and clothing tech

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Can clothing outwit facial recognition tech?

In a previous post, I discussed some of the questions around the controversial technology and applications of facial recognition.

In that post I mentioned that there were specific patterns that could be printed on clothing to confuse the systems. I said I was hoping to get one myself for testing. I did, so how did it go?

Watch the video below to see the t-shirt and how well it works.

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