Facebook's FAIR engineers are working alongside computer scientists from New York University.
Some people are worried that the results of the researchers’ efforts might spiral out of control.
Facebook is releasing for free the designs of a new computer server - twice as fast as those used by Facebook earlier, it designed to put more power behind artificial-intelligence software, MIT Technology review reported.
Indeed Facebook is watching over you. Intelligent algorithms can now spot you with equal fervour as investigation authorities hunt down criminals. Turns out, Facebook’s new set of face recognition algorithms are so effective, they can detect people and identify them even if their face isn't entirely visible.
You cannot hide from Facebook, no matter what you do. An experimental algorithm out of Facebook's artificial intelligence lab can recognise people in photographs even when their faces are not fully visible.
Facebook is building an artificial intelligence tool that would warn people when they are about to do something they might regret later such as uploading an embarrassing photo on the social networking site.