Most of the time, Stacey Schlittenhard finds facial recognition technology to be extremely useful. When she uploads her family photos to the website Picasa, for instance, the program automatically tags her friends and family members. This lets her share the photos easily and saves her hours of organization.
But every now and then, the computer gets things flat wrong.
"Babies," she says. "That's the hardest thing. All babies kind of look alike—they all have little round faces. If I label one baby as my [2-year-old] son, it will label almost every baby as my son."
In another instance, she said, Google's Picasa thought a lollipop was her friend.
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