IT Home, Oct. 11, 2007 - The Home Office of the UK had previously wanted to promote facial recognition across the country and apply it to a new passport detection service, but the embarrassment was that the service had problems only during the trial period: people who were tested had dark complexions that could not be recognized.
Recently, according to foreign media reports, the UK Ministry of the Interior has been experimenting with the Passport Face Recognition System when it encounters people with brighter or darker faces, and the probability of problems during the trial period is extremely high, while the UK Ministry of the Interior has said that users can skip this step and replace it in other ways.
The Home Office also acknowledged problems with its facial recognition system and said it would be improved and optimized later to solve the problem. However, facial recognition can not be successfully identified at present is still less, so the system will be further deployed later.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Qiao Junjing_NBJ11279