CES 2016: Smart Me Up is a French company which created a highly advanced software suite to monitor a person’s age, gender, head pose and other essential statistics. This is also completed in real time and constantly updates as the software learns more about your facial characteristics. During a hands on demo, the software initially misread my age by a decent margin but as time progressed, the age score became almost perfect. Apparently, the face recognition is designed to be an integral part of smart technology in the home and provide a way to personalize various devices. It could also be used in robotics, medicine and other vital industries.
It’s still fairly unclear when the facial recognition software will be implemented and its wider appeal, although it certainly captured people’s imaginations during CES.
Would you like to see this kind of facial analysis become a part of modern homes?