I think you will find that the average face of the UK citizen is very similar to the above findings…
Stephen Kamugasa, thekamugasachallenge
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Yes, I think you’re right. What stands out from the images calculated here is how little difference there is between them with the only tangible difference being shown for grouping by gender, although they look like siblings. Given that white people are not in fact white and that the non-white population of the UK is only 20% I reckon the UK average face would be difficult to distinguish from the average MP’s face. Interesting technology — I’ve found identifying individual faces with openCV is quite accurate — but probably not the best tool to measure how representave our democracy is.

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