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Atatürk
Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 9:11:59 AM

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Research at University College London has found that facial recognition is not a single process, but instead involves three sequential steps. The first step appears to be an analysis of the pgy features of a person's face, which is similar to how we scan the bar codes on our groceries. In the next step, the brain decides whether the face we are looking at is already known or unknown to us. And finally the brain furnishes the information we have collected about the person whose face we're looking at.


My question is that what information can the brain furnish (supply?) if the face is unknown to us?

Ite, maledicti, in ignem aeternum!
Wilmar (USA)
Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 11:15:07 AM

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Perhaps this isn't a grammar question.
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