Usage of facial recognition is on the rise. With the recent debates over the ethics of facial recognition potential adversarial attacks against facial detection have been on lots of people’s minds. Facial recognition is being used everywhere from airports to social media. It seems to be near impossible to opt-out of having your face scanned. An ideal attack on facial detection would be an article of clothing that looks inconspicuous to the uninformed. With inspiration from the Hyperface project, this article discusses a wearable adversarial example.
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