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Conveyor Belt Splicing Technician – Tucson, AZ Job Summary: We are seeking a hardworking, experienced professional to serve as a Conveyor Belt Splicing Technician in our Arizona Division, based out of Tucson, AZ.Six (6) years of previous experience preferred in fabric and steel cord splicing.Some faces are described as open books; at a glance, a person can be "read".Face‑recognition technology makes that metaphor literal. "We can extrapolate enough data from the eye and nose region, from ear to ear, to build a demographic profile" including an individual's age range, gender and ethnicity, says Kevin Haskins, a business-development manager at the face-recognition company Cognitec.Facebook recently achieved 97.25 per cent accuracy after acquiring biometrics company in 2012. "The layman thinks that face recognition is out there and can catch you anytime, anywhere, and your identity is not anonymous any more," says Paul Schuepp, the co-founder of Animetrics, a decade-old face-recognition company based in New Hampshire."We're not that perfect yet."The lighting and angle of face images must be strictly controlled to create a usable face-print.
It's being used on military bases to control who has access to restricted areas.As the scale of face recognition grows, there's a chance that it could take its place in the technological landscape as seamlessly as the i Phone.But to allow that to happen would mean ignoring the increasing danger that it will be misused.If you are interested in applying for this job, please submit your resume, application and salary requirements to: Human Resources [email protected] 775-252-3232 RAM Enterprise, Inc. The software is already used for military surveillance, by police to identify suspects - and on Facebook.
Face-recognition systems have two components: an algorithm and a database.