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Sassbook AI Writer Generates Text Content on Facial Recognition with Masks On

Sassbook AI Writer Writes About Face Recognition With Masks

Today’s post which is part of a daily series giving exploring the Artificial Intelligence-aided text generation capabilities of Sassbook AI Writer (or Text Writing AI).

The generated text is generally not edited, but some of it may be left out and different continuations attempted to get the final version. We’ll note such manual interventions in between as block quotes, such as this paragraph. We may also include other commentary.

Here is the prompt supplied to Sassbook AI Text Generator or AI Writer, which is actually the title of a published article.

Wearing a mask won’t stop facial recognition anymore: The Corona virus is prompting facial recognition companies to develop solutions for those with partially covered faces.

Sassbook AI generated:


Wearing a mask won’t stop facial recognition anymore: The Corona virus is prompting facial recognition companies to develop solutions for those with partially covered faces. This prompted facial identification companies in developing solutions to those who have partially covered faces , such as in times of a natural disaster, the use of portable devices and other circumstances.

Technology facilitates the identification of persons with partial covering of face. The efforts of the facial identity technology companies have led to the development of solutions in which a person can be recognized even if the face is covered.

The AI engine is rather new to this and needed a few attempts to generate the above snippet. A couple of  minor edits were also necessary. Continuing did not produce anything interesting, so we supplied a new prompt with some leads:

What might be some strategies that could be employed to achieve this? Eyes are still visible and generally the face contour remains intact.

What might be some strategies that could be employed to achieve this? Eyes are still visible and generally the face contour remains intact. But what about the face? Can we identify people by their faces, or at least recognize them from a distance? This question has been asked many times, but there was no answer until now. A new study published on June 5, 2020 by researchers from the University of Utopia, shows that it is possible to identify people using only their faces.

Of course, the last sentence is basically nonsense, but the AI is back on track. Remember, facts need to be supplied by the author and quality of information is also dependent on them. Sassbook just provides the wording.

Again, a new prompt was necessary to stay on topic and produce something of substance, though not necessarily factual. So we supplied one using our imagination:

Now, if the Covid situation lingers on, it may only be necessary to identify faces with mask! Perhaps this could be done making use of the face image without mask and overlaying masks on top of it.

Now, if the Covid situation lingers on, it may only be necessary to identify faces with mask! Perhaps this could be done making use of the face image without mask and overlaying masks on top of it.

This would allow people to wear their own masks, but still recognize themselves when they are wearing them. In addition, there might also be some kind of “recognition” that takes place between the mask wearer and the mask.

Well, that is imaginative and something for the author to work with! We will stop here and let your imagination (or domain knowledge) take over.


That’s it for about five minutes of “work” to generate about 300+ words of text with only omissions and repeated completions and continuations and no detailed editing otherwise! However, this was harder than general and common topics due to the specific technology domain. However, usually a domain expert writes such articles, so generated text is still useful as a template for expressing the expertise.

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