Jay Olshansky

University of Illinois

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Imagine a future where facial recognition not only confirms a person’s identity, but also predicts how long they’ll live. Well, a new project called “Face My Age” does just that...

Can Facial Recognition Software Predict How Long You'll Live?

Imagine a future where facial recognition not only confirms a person’s identity, but also predicts how long they’ll live. Well, a new project called “Face My Age” does just that...

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