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Unfamiliar Facial Identification Group

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The first UFIG meeting was held at UNSW in February 2013. The idea was to bring together delegates from government, police, industry and universities to discuss key issues in unfamiliar face identification, in an informal setting. UFIG is a diverse group that includes users and developers of face identification systems, academic researchers that study human and computer components of these systems and scholars interested in their legal implications. This work is of both academic interest to researchers in the field of face recognition and of practical significance to those who use these systems to identify customers, passengers, citizens or offenders.

Previous programs for the UFIG meeting can be downloaded from the links below:

2013

ufig_program_2013

2014

ufig_program_2014

2015

ufig_program_2015

2016

ufig_program_2016

2017

ufig_program_2017

2018

ufig_program_2018

ufig is also on twitter (@ufigAustralia). See the feed below to see the most recent updates and be sure to follow it to see any new posts.

 

The Forensic Psychology Lab is part of the School of Psychology at UNSW Sydney.