Companies are making rapid process in facial recognition technology, developing hardware and software capable of distinguishing faces, emotions and movements in realtime. But all of that work is proprietary — how does the Open Source community keep up? Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have put together an open source facial recognition program based on Google’s FaceNet research. Called OpenFace, the developers say that it can recognize faces in real time with just 10 reference photos of the person. Check out the video below to see the program in action: The datasets that the developers used to train the program to recognize…

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