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This Clothing Line Tricks AI Cameras Without Covering Your Face

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A start-up has launched a line of clothing that confuses artificial intelligence (AI) cameras and stops them from recognizing the wearer.

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Each garment sports a pattern, known as an “adversarial patch,” which was developed by AI algorithms to confuse facial recognition software in real-time and protect the wearer’s privacy.

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The camera will either fail to identify the wearer or it will think they are one of the animals embedded into the pattern which includes a zebra, a giraffe, or a dog, among other animals.

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This fabric has been tested with YOLO, the most common and fastest algorithm for real-time object detection systems.

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Until now, adversarial patches have only been printed on clothing. The method that Cap_able has patented allows the wearer to incorporate the algorithm into the fabric of the clothing and still look stylish.