Definition Edit

A faceprint (or facial template) is

essentially a digital code that a facial recognition algorithm creates from an image. Faceprints generally are unique to a particular company because different companies use different facial recognition algorithms, according to industry sources.[1]

References Edit

  1. Facial Recognition Technology: Commercial Uses, Privacy Issues, and Applicable Federal Law, at 3 n.5.

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