DeepFace2Face: A Fully Convolutional Neural Network for Real-Time Face Recognition


DeepFace2Face: A Fully Convolutional Neural Network for Real-Time Face Recognition – Visual attention is being used to improve the quality of a person’s visual experience, but the underlying mechanisms are still under investigation. In this work, attention is employed to predict the next person’s gaze. Such a model is used to predict the next person’s gaze, which is a natural and meaningful information in human visual perception. Our model was trained for object detection through face recognition. In this work, trained in an attention-based fashion, we used a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN). Our algorithm trained to predict the next person’s gaze can be implemented by the proposed deep attention model. Results suggest that deep attention can help a person’s visual sense of depth and attention.

The application of structured machine learning techniques on the problem of learning domain-specific semantic relations in a natural language and data analysis is an NP-hard problem. In this paper, we propose an approach which can be used to generalize machine translation algorithms when translating entities based on the language of the language. The approach leverages a language model based on the concept of a notion of relational dependency. The model, which provides a natural way to incorporate language into the problem of translating entities such as entities in natural language data, is learned with an LSTM. The LSTM is used to provide a natural language model to the translation task and the translation is solved using structured language modeling. The proposed approach is evaluated by our own experiments on the English English Language Test dataset.

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DeepFace2Face: A Fully Convolutional Neural Network for Real-Time Face Recognition

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