We're also introducing a way for people who are visually impaired to know more about who is in the photos they encounter on Facebook.
Facebook takes face data from you and allows access to new tools, including alerts if photos of you are uploaded, even if you are not tagged. It says that if your tag suggestions setting is now set to "none", then your default face recognition setting will be set to "off" and will remain that way until you decide to change it. You can also make choices such as whether to tag yourself, leave yourself untagged, or reach out to the person who has posted the photo or report it to Facebook. After switching it on, it will recognize your photos on Facebook and will notify you.
The new Facebook facial recognition feature is created to detect when users appear in other people's photos, even if they're not tagged, and notify them so they can manage the situation. This new feature sends a notification to the user when someone else is trying to use their image in profile picture or on timeline.
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Facebook will notify users when they appear in someone's photo, even if they're not tagged, as long as they are part of the selected audience for that post or if the post in question is set to public.
With regards to helping the visually impaired, two years ago, Facebook launched an automatic alt-text tool that describes photos to people with vision loss. "We thought it was important to have a really straightforward way of controlling facial recognition technology", he said.
"When you have face recognition enabled, our technology analyses the pixels in photos you're already tagged in and generates a string of numbers we call a template". And because of a new face recognition service the social network is rolling out Tuesday, he can now learn which friends are in photos, even those who haven't been tagged by another user. "When photos and videos are uploaded to our systems, we compare those images to the template", said Rob Sherman, deputy chief privacy officer in his statement. Facebook says that this "brings people closer together". Facebook Photo Review gives users more control over their photos and prevents people's pictures from misuse on Facebook.