I have developed a functioning face login system based on Microsoft’s Azure Face API, Node.js and Express. After users have logged in using the face recognition system, I would like them to be able to access some personalised content from their social media platforms.
The first platform I looked at was Twitter and I made use of Tolga Tezel’s Twit package (Tezel, no date).
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Now that this basic system is functioning as expected, I can use it as the basis for a Node.js/Express user authentication system using the popular Node package, Passport.
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In my previous post, I developed some Python scripts which used Microsoft’s Azure Face API (Microsoft, no date) to train and recognise faces.
Whilst the scripts functioned in the way I intended, the usability of the Python scripts for face recognition is not ideal for a number of reasons.