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DHS S&T Podcast Explores Facial Recognition Performance and Fairness

They also touch on whether or not facial recognition technology can distinguish between identical twins and the need for cameras designed to accommodate diversity.

On this episode of Technologically Speaking, follow along as guest Arun Vemury of the Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) Biometrics and Identity Technology Center discusses facial recognition performance and fairness. Arun and host John Verrico dive into how the technology works, how it has changed over time, current challenges and biases and what S&T is doing to overcome them. They also touch on whether or not facial recognition technology can distinguish between identical twins and the need for cameras that are designed to better accommodate the diversity of human faces and skin tones.

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Catch up on previous episodes of Technologically Speaking that you might have missed! The official S&T podcast features unscripted conversations about timely national security challenges and the scientific solutions S&T is developing to tackle them.

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