Cher Scarlett, a software developer, has a history of having her eyes misplaced by eye technologies, including an incident in which a distant relative in the photo was discovered. You want to check whether the unfamiliar face recognition technology will err on the side of your mother or daughter photos when you show it.
On March 1, Scarlett posted some pictures of her teenage daughter and her mom to the Pimeyes, a face recognition website meant to find pictures of herself from the website – possibly to help eliminate the issues such as revenge porn and identity theft. She did not take any pictures of herself in return – pictures of her daughter yielded other kids, she said, while one of her mom led to some pictures of her mother, plus pictures of other, similar- looking for a woman. Anyone can use this powerful face recognition tool – and that is a problem.
She decided to try something else. Scarlett later posted a couple photos of herself, wondering if they would lead to pictures of her relatives. They did not, but the results came as a surprise to him anyway: tucked under some recent photos of himself and mistaken matches featuring photos of Britney Spears and pop star sister, Jamie Lynn, are images of a younger version of Scarlett. They are portraits of a dark night he never remembers — once when he was 19 years old when, he said, he traveled to New York and was forced to engage in shameful acts and, at times, sexual acts. camera violence. “I’m looking at these pictures, and all I can think of is that someone has turned my attention to pornography,” Scarlett told CNN in an interview.
Scarlett, known for being a former Apple employee who co-founded the think tank #AppleToo, has opened up online and in the media about her life and struggles, which she shares with her sexual experience as a child, dropping. of high school, fighting addiction, and having nude pictures of yourself shared online without your consent.