© Shinseungback Kimyonghu

Computers See Faces in the Clouds

© Shinseungback Kimyonghu

Cloudspotter Chris Gathercole saw this artist’s project about using face recognition software to look at clouds.

Shinseungback Kimyonghun is a Seoul based tech art collective, focusing largely on computer vision. Their latest project, Cloud Face uses facial recognition to capture wisps and puffs of vapor that briefly converge to form the likeness of a human face.

It is remarkable work and you can read more about it You can read it here

4 thoughts on “Computers See Faces in the Clouds”

  1. Linda M Cruz says:

    How can I share picture I captured of face in clouds

  2. Tommy Thompson avatar Cloudspirits says:

    I have been capturing AI in the clouds! Touche!

  3. That’s the coolest thing I’ve ever seen. Wish I had thought of that.

  4. mae says:

    A couple of years ago, I felt this overwhelming connection with the clouds and could not resist constantly taking pictures of them with my phone. One night, while looking at my first picture taken, I found people (faces and bodies). Needless to say, I was amazed! I thought I was bugging out until upon sharing, others were able to see what I could see too. I feel that I am blessed from above with this gift…

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