Computer Vision

Erik Learned-Miller has been involved in face recognition research since 2005, and has published more than 20 articles on the topic. He and his collaborators created one of the most widely used databases and benchmarks for face recognition, known as Labeled Faces in the Wild. Recently, he has been working to develop standards and principles for the use of face recognition technology in research, in government, and in business. His current interests include the establishment of transparency, intended use, and fairness in the deployment of face recognition algorithms.

Labeled Faces in the Wild: