By J.H. MeeksA MANAGEMENT firm in Australia has developed a system that can help men and women alike pick out a woman who is attractive, confident, confident and who is at least 6ft (1.5m) tall.
A new study has found that men and other people can be attracted to the shape and size of a woman when they see it on a person they’re looking at.
And the new findings from Melbourne-based modelling agency Lendage, which was launched in 2016, suggest that it is possible to identify and judge a woman for herself based on her appearance, the firm said in a statement.
It said the system uses facial recognition software to help select a woman based on the information provided by her friends and family.
It was designed to help users identify women they like and women they can get to know more with, Lendages said.
“The system allows the user to judge the attractiveness of a potential partner based on facial recognition and facial recognition accuracy,” it said.
“The user is also given the option to compare facial recognition results against an online dating profile.”
It said facial recognition is an important tool for identifying potential mates because it helps people to find women they might otherwise avoid.
“People often have the impression that people are attracted to their appearance and they are, and this can make them feel insecure and anxious,” it added.
“However, the reality is that people can judge their attractiveness based on what they see on a photo.”
Lendage said facial detection software could be used to identify a potential lover of a man, for example.
It could also help users to identify potential mates based on personality traits, such as sexual attraction or intelligence.
The agency has been developing facial recognition systems for a number of years, including one that works with social networking sites and apps like Tinder.
It’s not clear how many of those have been developed commercially.
The company said it has already received hundreds of requests for the technology, which is designed to be available for use by anyone, at no cost.
But the new system is still at a proof of concept stage.