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Thursday, February 6, 2014

A new circle of Singles Bar Pickup Hell opens


A Google Glass app titled NameTag will allow the user to access online information about a stranger merely by looking at them
NameTag uses facial recognition technology that will allow you to take a snapshot of the person you forgot or the cute person at the bar and send the picture to NameTag’s servers, where it will be compared to pictures available on social media sites. If a match is found, then the picture is sent back with the person’s name, as well as other significant personal details, including hobbies, interests, and even their current relationship status. If a criminal record is also found in the public record, it will flash in nice big red letters.
Google says that facial recognition apps are against their developer policies and will not be available through them. 

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