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facial

adjective as in forward

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adjective as in front

adjective as in surface

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Earlier this month Canadian privacy authorities found Clearview had breached local laws when it collected photos of people to plug into its facial recognition database without their knowledge or permission.

He measured out the distances between different facial features in printed photographs and fed them into a computer program.

VRE said the agency does not expect changes to enforcement, in which conductors request compliance from any passenger not wearing a facial covering.

This has implications not just for image generation, but for all computer-vision applications, including video-based candidate assessment algorithms, facial recognition, and surveillance.

Some workers don’t like the role their companies have in society, such as selling AI software to militaries or facial recognition tools to police.

He knew all about cilantro and the best facial cleanses, but in bed and on the kitchen table he was all about the ladies.

Until then, men shall all wearily grow our facial hair, wear flannel, and confuse the hell out of each other out on the streets.

Leaflets were widely distributed during that era saying that facial covering was what separated the Muslim woman from the infidel.

The black abaya and facial covering was imposed on all female government employees, and on schools and universities.

Montgomery gets his star turn when his facial recognition and code-breaking “technology” caught the eye of the CIA.

He was not quite sure of himself just then; his lips trembled a little; he could not altogether control his facial muscles.

Second, his prognathism, or projection of the jaws—his index of facial angle being about 70, as compared with the Caucasian 82.

Even more belligerent than the words was the tone and the facial expression of the speaker.

Then suddenly all the muscles around his mouth tightened like the facial muscles of a man who is hammering something.

But the nose grew longer and facial hair reappeared; simultaneously her complexion cleared, her posture straightened.

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On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to facial, such as: leading, advance, anterior, fore, front, and head.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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