Re: Facial recognition and women?
Ah, you must live in an ideal world.
For those of us who live in the real world know there are a lot of systems which are not "proper".
You've also never seen a really skilled make up artist at work, a bit of deft playing with highlights and shadows can make a (2D) representation of a face seem completely different.
Considering the false positive rates made by facial recognition systems in use it seems that it is actually quite easy to fool a facial recognition system, proper or otherwise