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1. What is typically meant by 3D-face recognition? We are usually extracting the face encoding from 2D-images, right? Yes. The goal is to reconstruct the three-dimensional shape, as well as the texture of a face from a single or multiple images of that person. In recent years, "the performance of 2D face recognition algorithms has significantly ...


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Assuming all of the tables will be oriented in similar ways (label and value running horizontally) and that all writing will be printed rather than handwritten, one solution method would be to use an image segmentation method such as edge detection to segregate these horizontal (label, value) pairs and then use a library like Tesseract for OCR. There are ...


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