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5 Best Facial Recognition Search Engines For Tracking Picture

This article reviews the five best facial recognition search engines for tracking pictures

A face isn’t quite as unique and ageless as a fingerprint, but it’s easily captured and searched. Facial recognition, in combination with data from surveillance cameras or online profiles, is a powerful tool for finding people and tracking their every step.

In today’s world of social media and instant messaging, photos are getting shared like never before. Nearly 1000 photos are getting uploaded every second on Instagram. With such an exponential rate of visual consumption on the internet, technological advancement is a necessity.

That is why facial recognition has become so handy to find out the profiles of a person from his photos through reverse image searching. This article reviews the five best facial recognition search engines for tracking pictures.

Google’s free online image search service does not use face recognition in photo searches. However, it can help you find similar images. To start using Google Image Search, you need to find the search bar’s camera icon and drag your picture into this area. In addition, the picture can be downloaded from the computer by clicking on the icon. The third way is to paste the URL.

After receiving visual information, Google will create a mathematical model and find the most similar files.

Similar to Google Face Recognition, TinEye Reverse Image Search also lets you paste a URL or upload an image. However, it does not have any search operators allowing users to have a hassle-free operation. It can provide excellent results and you will only have to upload the image and select the arrow icon.

TinEye works great for face searches and it can even locate the image source. In this way, you will be able to track the picture location. It works fast and you can even have modified copies of the original picture. TinEye can provide you with different types of transformations including color changes, resizing, and cropping.

It is hosted by API and does not require any software. You can use it directly on your desktop or phone and save your space and time. It even helps to reconcile many pictures thereby eliminating the reliability of the metadata of the image. Another thing, which separates TinEye from Google, is that it can link the pages directly which makes it skip similar images.

Much like Google, Pinterest contains a reverse image search option that you can use to find similar photos or faces. First, find a suitable Pinterest pin or create your own by uploading your target photo.

Then, open the Pinterest pin and click the magnifying glass icon in the bottom-right corner of the image. Pinterest will now show you similar pins.

What’s amazing about Pinterest’s reverse image search is that you can improve the results by selecting a portion of the image. Just adjust the selection frame to zone in on a face. In other words, if you used a group photo, you could search for a specific person by drawing the frame around their face.

Clearly, you can only find images pinned on Pinterest, which limits this tool’s usefulness.

PicTriev: Face Recognition

This service is also free, and it allows you to work with a database of celebrity faces. It selects people in the photo whose facial features have similarities and verifies them with existing images. Here, you can find your celebrity counterparts.

Yandex Reverse Image Research

yandex

Yandex is extremely popular in Russia and is the Russian alternative to Google. It is from a search engine called Sibir. Yandex works just like Google and you can search with URLs as well as images. You can even go to the camera icon to select a file and upload your image.

Yandex does extremely great in finding images and it can also come with URL listings. In Yandex, you will find a content-based image retrieval system for reverse image search. It can even come up with visual phrases from all over the internet.

Moreover, it can search the images quickly so that you will be able to save time. You can have a maximum number of matched visual phrases and see the pictures similar to the uploaded one. However, Sibir is only launched in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.

Similar to Google’s reverse face search, PimEyes uses images and face recognition to search for similar faces on over 10 million websites. The demos using celebrity faces like Angelina Jolie or Zac Efron look promising.

For example, you can search for Jennifer Aniston’s face using four different photos at once. PimEyes will find the original photos, as well as other shots of Aniston.

Betaface

Betaface can be interesting for professionals and businesses. The product is not free, but it has a demo version. After uploading a photo from a device or a selfie, Betaface gives out matches in the photo and assumptions about additional information (age, level of attractiveness, presence of evening stubble, etc.). The site offers comparisons against celebrities or Wikipedia data and allows users to create a database.

Bing Image Search

Bing is a popular search engine that has transformed itself into a competitor to Google. It can provide results in multiple tabs so that you can see them on different pages. The tabs are ‘Pages with this’ or ‘Similar images’.

Just like Google image search, it can provide you with fast results. However, it can provide images that you don’t see in your own image. It even enables you to search with the help of a URL.

Bing can provide you with all the trending and popular images and has a similar interface to Google. One of the best things about it is that it lets you have the freedom to filter the photos. Bing image search can come up with results in full image URL, thumbnails, image metadata, and publishing website information. You can even have filtering options so that there will be maximum results.

Berify

berify

For people who are looking for an automated website that does all the tasks, Berify serves as the right choice. It has proprietary solutions that make it different from standard Google images.

Most importantly, it also lets you look for videos. This makes it unique from other facial recognition searches. Above all, you can search images on different platforms without any restrictions. Berify will automatically find out if somebody stole your images. It can be perfect for short movie makers, photographers, and lawyers.

Facebook

Initially, the face recognition function was introduced to make it easier for users to tag friends in a photo. The social network itself determined which of the friends got into the frame, and the author of the picture could agree with this or re-mark people manually.

Facebook is currently using technology to keep its users safe. If the person’s image has been uploaded to the social network, they will know about it, even if they were not even marked.

The program processes each picture uploaded to the social network and determines if there are faces on it. A biometric map is then built, and the data is compared with information about other photos of faces.

Social catfish Reverse Image Search

social catfish image search

With Social catfish Reverse Image Search, you will be able to look for images of a person even with the help of a phone number, user id, and email address. It has a different technique of searching images that makes it perfect for finding relevant photos from the internet as well as social media.

Social catfish Reverse Image Search is recognized by Huffington Post and uses the metadata of the image. However, keep in mind that you will not be able to find out even a single image without making any payment.

Bottom Line

You can use any of these search engines to find out more about an unknown person whose photo you have come across. It is easy to spot a person who is disturbing you online on social media and instant messaging platforms. In fact, government officials use the same technique to spot culprits by taking snaps from CCTV footage. You can use the same process to find out more about a product from its images.

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Diekola Yusuf
Diekola Yusufhttps://www.novabach.com
Founder & CEO of Novabach - Yusuf is a Tech enthusiast. Fascinated by Computers and all sorts of Technology. He writes news, updates, walkthroughs, guides, troubleshooting tips, and how-to tutorials on gadgets and consumer electronics.
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