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Apple tweaks facial identification to bypass facial masks during a coronavirus pandemic

Apple is updating its operating system to more quickly bypass the Face ID system to unlock your iPhone after a wave of people wearing face masks to defend themselves against coronavirus.Apple introduced the Face ID unlock system in the...

WATCH: The real reason behind the flip of the CDC facial mask

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that I should wear a mask to prevent others from getting COVID-19, not to keep myself from getting infected. In addition, you must wear a mask for my safety, so as...

An asteroid flying in front of the Earth seems to be wearing a facial mask

Coronavirus cosmology? Planetary personal protective equipment? Or just imaginative astronomers? A massive 1.3-mile-wide asteroid that is set to fly by Earth next week has caught the eye of scientists, who have noticed in their radar images that they appear to...

Statue of a former PM spotted with a hooked facial mask

© New Statue of Julia Gillard spotted with a hooked facial mask. Face masks have become an important and sought-after protective measure against COVID-19.And now a Ballarat artist shared the message and laughed by...

Coronavirus: How to make an origami facial mask from paper towels – World News

This ingenious video shows you how to make an origami facial mask from paper towels which, it seems, protects against coronavirus. The DIY mask was created by Professor Anna Myczkowska-Szczerska who works...

AFP admits using questionable Clearview AI facial recognition app

In January, the tech world was booming a new facial recognition app called Clearview AI. Created by Australian Hoan Ton-That, it has raised alarming privacy concerns due to its ability to compare a photo to a database of over...

How to make your own facial mask at home – NBC Chicago

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is recommend people to wear masks if someone were to go out in public in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the CDC website, the mask should: Tight fit against...

Why the best material for a homemade coronavirus facial mask is difficult to identify

Credit: Shutterstock The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends that people wear cloth masks in public places. With cases of COVID-19 growing rapidly in the United States and mounting evidence that the virus responsible, SARS-CoV-2, can be transmitted...

Facial masks 101: everything you need to know, including how to create your own

As cases of the new coronavirus continue to increase, there has been a lot of public talk about preventive measures. The basics include proper hand washing, avoiding touching your face, social distancing, and disinfecting heavily used household surfaces. But...

Use these materials to make a facial mask

One of the most common - and surprisingly effective - materials was the 600-thread pillowcases or similar fabric to flannel pajamas when lined. Scientists have found that when folded into four layers, the high thread count pillowcases offer up...
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