One of the most annoying things about the yearbook is determining the names of each student in a group picture. You can ask the group advisor, but sometimes that does not help. You can ask students, but what if the unknown student doesn't have many friends?
Furthermore, students complain about pictures. Facial recognition software helps us include our audience with photo decision making simply by clicking on the student's face in the right panel to view more images.
Lastly, it helps us determine whose photos we cannot use due to parental requests. When a guardian checks no on the photo release form, we can tag their photo with "Do not use."
The following video demonstrates why and how facial recognition can be used for yearbooks.
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