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- Very low false positive rates are still fairly elusive because there are lots of people out there who might look like you, from siblings and children to complete strangers. Honestly, faces are not all that different from one another.
- Arun Vemury (2020) cited in "How Facial Recognition Technology Is Helping Identify the U.S. Capitol Attackers" on IEEE Spectrum, 11 January 2021.