Facial Age: Better than Blood Work?

Mike Gillam, MD, FACEP, 23 July 2015

At Microsoft’s recent Build Conference, they revealed an experiment in machine learning – a web site that can guess the age and gender of faces in a photograph.

In a paper in Cell Research last month, Chinese researchers showed that facial analytics can indicate how quickly a person is aging better than other biological markers. They found that noses and mouths widen as people get older. The upper lip to nose distance More

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