In order to keep its social arrangement free of awful bots, Facebook keeps trying out new tactics.In its latest test, it’s deploying facial acceptance tech to spot fake profiles.

The feature, spotted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, asks you to take a video selfie and turn your head from side to side in order to verify that you’re not a bot.

The text in app screenshots posted by Wong reads, “We need a short video of you axis your head in altered directions. This helps us affirm your character and check you’re a real person.”

There’s no word on when this affection will roll out, or when it’ll be used. Also, there’s accuracy at the moment on how Facebook will store and use this data.

A Facebook agent told TNW over an email that the aggregation is experimenting with this affection to actuate if a real person is operating the account:

This test is one of the steps we use to actuate that a real person is operating an annual rather than a bot. It does not use facial recognition. Instead, it detects motion and whether a face is in the video.

If the social networking firm thinks a contour is fake, it’ll ask them to submit a short selfie video for verification. It sounds just like facial acceptance to analyze real users.

Wong also noted the social arrangement is trying to advance its analysis by ID process. With these new methods, Facebook could help make its social arrangement more secure – but it charcoal to be seen if people will feel adequate administration this sort of claimed data with the company.

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