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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen.This shows how a stranger's face sparks an onpscreen alert and outlines the offending person . Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen.This shows how a stranger's face sparks an onpscreen alert and outlines the offending person . Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen.This shows how a stranger's face sparks an onpscreen alert and outlines the offending person . Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8686 Face 1 29/11/2017 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Hee Jung Ryu Your phone might soon be able to tell when others are peeping at your screen from over your shoulder.The security potential of an app which can detect if someone other than the user is looking at the screen on a Google Pixel handset, is useful.Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff created the electronic screen protector which uses the phone???s selfie camera and artificial intelligence .According to Ryu and Schroff, the program can recognise a second face in just two milliseconds, and works across a number of angles, poses, and lighting conditions. They have posted a demo of the software in action.The program uses TensorFlowLite, Google???s latest venture into AI and machine learning which uses the phone???s processor to perform complex visual analysis.It could prevent sensitive information such as a document from work, a text from a friend, or even the phone???s PIN number being spied on.There is no word of whether the app will be made available. OPS: The programme is designed to detect someone looking over a shoulder at soneone else's screen.This shows how a stranger's face sparks an onpscreen alert and outlines the offending person . Picture supplied by Ferrari