THE ANALYSIS RESULTS THAT THE OPENCV-BASED FACIAL RECOGNITION MODEL AS USED BY EXAM MONITORIO FAILS TO RECOGNIZE BLACK FACES MOST OF THE TIME (TODD FEATHERS/VICE).

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Analysis finds that an OpenCV-based facial recognition model used by exam monitoring software Proctorio fails to recognize Black faces more than 50% of the time  —  A student researcher has reverse-engineered the controversial exam software—and discovered a tool infamous for failing to recognize non-white faces.