If you decide where your night leads based solely on the ratio of TNA:CNB, then my friend, you’re probably not my friend. In addition, you probably don’t care about the underlying privacy issues related to using facial-recognition software in public places.
UPDATE: SceneTap actually uses facial-detection software, not facial-recognition. Your privacy is safe, your gender is not.
SceneTap will soon be offering its ratio-ranking services to establishments interested in providing patrons with the amount of males and females currently trolling their bar.
SceneTap uses facial-detection software, (similar to iPhoto and Facebook), to identify:
- Number of people
- Number of female people
- Number of male people
SceneTap then uses an advanced algorithm to determine what’s called a “ratio” of male people to female people. It’s all very confusing and I’m not a scientist – I’m a sentence-ist.
Basically, you get a meaningless figure, as SceneTap’s software currently cannot identify d-bags. If they could, the ratio’s colon, (males:females), would be represented by an asshole, (malesofemales).