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best news- It is reported that Germany will ban the ‘morphing’ of passport photos, saying that pictures of two people have been digitally attached, making it possible to identify multiple identities in a single document.

The reason is that morphing can ‘recognize’ the artificial intelligence used in passport control to different people.

German spokesman Stephen Sebert said on Wednesday the government had backed a law that would allow people to take pictures at their passport offices or, if they use a photographer, submit them digitally for secure connections.

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute of Computer Graphics have found in their study that it is not even possible to match faces of different people.

That being said, a certain degree of similarity is sufficient, such as eye alignment. Researchers have found that such reductions in photos are generally invisible to the naked eye.


Source: Reuters

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