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I used two photos of me both taken the same day (corporate headshots that both appear on wedsites and in social media with my name), and it returned different answers. I am often told that I look very young for my age, and people generally guess my age several years lower than it is.
This tool guessed the correct age right away, which really impressed me. The accompanying article is also very interesting and well written to be readable by someone who isn't totally up to date with the latest in facial recognition software.
I'm curious to hear more about the accuracy of their machine learning algorithm though. Same here, but I'm 25 and the tool guessed 20,21,27,27. In my case, the old guesses are when there is bright light or when my head is slightly turned.
The younger guesses are with regular room brightness 100% front face.
I think it might not be entirely clear what this site represents.
It's actually quick demo of ML services available on Azure.
They should really run this against a bunch of photos from a dating site to measure the difference between the claimed age and guessed age and then compare to the result from whatever training set they used.
I'm guessing they would get a bimodal distribution for dating site photos -- some people claiming to be younger than they are, and some people giving their actual age but using very old photos. (I should note that it was VERY bad with dark/poorly lit shots with the eyes hard to see so we moved to a naturally lit space.)From one photo it guessed 24, from another it guessed 52, both less than my true age.
Of note is that the photo was taken three years ago, so it's correct now.
So I'd say the algorithm needs a little more work. There are dozens, maybe hundreds, of pictures of me on the internet already. But we are the techies who will remind people: "don't forget that's not encrypted", "don't forget they might re-use your photograph". My girlfriend was happily uploading picture after picture until I asked her semi-rhetorically "I wonder what they're doing with all those uploaded pictures?
I certainly don't care if this site has one, and I couldn't care less about its transfer being encrypted. " and after thinking about that for a second she closed the tab. Looks like this is a demo for the Microsoft Azure ML.
And when it does that, it seems to consistently give me a younger age.
That's ok, I'm 37 and it guessed I was 81 in one photo and in two others, it couldn't detect my face at all.
However, that was pre-beard, which generally ages people, so ... Same here; though the guess was nine years older than I am!