True Key Verification Changes

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I did some research on the topic, and for over a year, the facial recognition software hasn't been working well. It is flawed, sometimes not reacting at all and is generally a nuisance. I would presume that they will be trying to fix the software and push it again, but for now, it is a travesty. Too many reports of failure. (Purely speculative approach).
 

JoshRoss

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I did some research on the topic, and for over a year, the facial recognition software hasn't been working well. It is flawed, sometimes not reacting at all and is generally a nuisance. I would presume that they will be trying to fix the software and push it again, but for now, it is a travesty. Too many reports of failure. (Purely speculative approach).
 

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pmaclennan68

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Thanks Josh. I wondered because they were pushing hard for people to sign up early this year, then suddenly the announcement but no real explanation.
 

JoshRoss

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There were plenty of explanations, just indirectly. All of their responses were relatively slow towards the issue, obviously, the hype for everyone to sign up is a great marketing strategy, but the matter of the fact is, the software still needs months of development to reach proper accuracy. As far as I am aware, you could have unlocked devices with someone else's face that had somewhat similar structure.
 

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pmaclennan68

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That in itself is cause enough to withdraw it's use. The idea is brilliant but it's beyond belief that companies don't throughly test new software before implementing it. It's not just this; successive governments where I come from have a history of rolling out new software which hasn't been tested properly.
 

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I would assume its more of an issue that they can't test it. CEO's -> Management wants to see numbers, clients, and their investment generating revenue of sorts. In the mean time, developers and programmers are trying their best to keep everything together, it is bound to have issues. Especially, with something so elaborate as face recognition.
 

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