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Facebook Disables Face Recognition System, Deletes Data | Facebook to disable facial recognition system, delete more than a billion facial expressions

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Facebook to disable facial recognition system, delete more than a billion facial expressions

Menlo Park (USA):Facebook has said it will disable face recognition systems and remove face masks from more than a billion people. According to a blog posted on Tuesday by Jerome Besenti, vice president of artificial intelligence at Facebook’s new parent (holding) company “Meta,” the move will be the biggest change to the use of facial recognition in the history of technology. According to the report, “About a third of Facebook’s active users have adopted our facial recognition system and successfully authenticated.” As a result, the facial recognition templates of more than a billion people will be destroyed.

We tell you that earlier last week Facebook talked about changing the company’s name. It has been said on behalf of the company that Facebook is now going to change its name to Meta. Along with this, it is said that the focus will be on using technology that inspires imagination in online travel.

Facebook Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mark Zuckerberg has said that his company will now be known by a new name, ‘Meta’, as part of an effort to connect digital transformation to the future. Zuckerberg calls it the “metaverse.” Zuckerberg says he expects to reach one billion people within the next decade.

Zuckerberg says the ‘Metaverse’ will be a platform where people can interact and work together to create products and content. He hopes it will be a new platform that creates “millions” of jobs for creators. The announcement comes at a time when Facebook is facing an existential crisis. It faces legislative and regulatory scrutiny in many parts of the world following the revelations in the Facebook Papers.

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