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To identify a photo, you need to follow the new multi-step facial recognition-based identification process of Photo Sleuth. You can initiate this identification process in two ways.
A) If you upload a photo, you are automatically taken to the first step of the identification process right after you provide the metadata and evidence information.
B) If you are on the photo page, scroll down to the "Identities" section and click the "Identify Face" button to go to the first step of the identification process.
Here are the steps to follow:
To identify a photo, you first need to follow the identification steps in detail here. On the "Search Results" page, if have already checked the similar-looking candidates retrieved by facial recognition but did not find any matches for the photo you are trying to identify, you can manually add the identity by clicking the "Add Person" button on top of the "Search Results" page. This will take you to the "Add Person" page. On the "Add Person" page, you can add the following information:
Sometimes, two photos may show the same person, i.e., both the persons look very similar to each other. However, the biographical details may tell a different story. To make the identification process more clear, we break it down into two steps. First, you compare the photos, and second, you identify using the available evidence. We believe this two-step process will help capturing the most useful information from users, and also give the CWPS team better insights about the identification process.
Yes, you can suggest any number of identities for a photo. The steps are same as identifying a person.
On the photo page, you can edit the biography by clicking the "Edit Biography" section within an identity card. Learn more about editing a biography here.
There are three ways to add an identification source for an identity.