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Tuesday, 10 August 2021

Twitter's image crop algorithm prefers younger, lighter, more feminine faces, study finds


The study, from Bogan Kulynych (via The Guardian), tested artificially generated human faces on Twitter's image crop algorithm. The artificial faces could be subtly altered for different features indicating skin tone, age, or weight while controlling for other features. It found that in 37 percent of cases the algorithm preferred...

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