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Google working on tech that helps detect people secretly looking at your phone's screen
Hey! My Goodness, this is going to be nice. Do you feel irritated
when you are inside a public transport, trying to check the message that just
landed on your phone and you suddenly discovered that another person is also at
alert to help you interpret the message? You know what I mean. Someone around
you tries to peep at your phone when you’re using it.

Well, the good news is that there is now a solution
but it’s still in process.
Google is presently working on a technology that uses the
phone’s front camera in combination with eye-detecting artificial intelligence
to alert you when another person is looking at the screen. The following video
gives a good idea about how the solution works:
It’s clear from the video that the face detection process is
quite quick, with the company claiming that it happens in 2 milliseconds.

The project is called electronic screen protector, and
Google researchers Hee Jung Ryu and Florian Schroff will be presenting it at
the Neural Information Processing Systems conference in California next week.

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