Should We Be Worried About Computerized Facial Recognition? by David Owen -The technology could revolutionize policing, medicine, even agriculture—but its applications can easily be weaponized
The Detectives Who Never Forget a Face by Patrick Radden Keefe – London’s new squad of “super-recognizers” could inspire a revolution in policing
The Naked Face by Malcolm Gladwell – The window to your soul may be easier to unlock than you ever thought possible
Face Blindness by Sarah Lyall – A curious condition
How to Tell When Someone Is Lying by Maria Konnikova – Many of us believe that we can tell when someone else is lying, and, over the years, a folklore has developed around the facial and physical cues that can give someone away…
The Origin of Laughter, Smiles and Tears by Michael Graziano – What can our most distincitve emotional reactions tell us about our evolutionary history?
Why Women Smile by Amy Cunningham – Despite all the work women have done to get and maintain full legal control of our bodies, not to mention our destinies, we still don’t seem to be fully in charge of a couple of small muscle groups in our faces
Why Do We Laugh? by David Robson – We often find ourselves laughing at the strangest of moments, and psychologists are discovering, those helpless giggles might be one of our most important and profound behaviours
About Face by Patricia Marx – Why is South Korea the world’s plastic-surgery capital?
When Will The Nose Have Its Beauty Moment? by Scaachi Koul – A conversation about plastic surgery is also, in a complicated way, a conversation about the literal erasure of our pasts
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