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The Japan TimesJan-3-2018, 09:02:35 GMT
PARIS – Human beings can spot a sick person in a photo a mere two hours after he or she was infected by a germ, researchers said Wednesday.
Los Angeles TimesJan-5-2018, 14:40:35 GMT
They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but humans can judge whether another person is sick by looking at a photo for just a few seconds.
Daily Mail - Science & techJan-3-2018, 21:01:35 GMT
It is said – often by our mothers – that we are looking a bit'peaky' or under the weather even when we do not notice ourselves.
#artificialintelligenceJan-4-2018, 17:56:17 GMT
Coughing, sneezing and clutching the stomach might be obvious signs of sickness, but humans can also spot if someone is healthy simply from a glance at their face, new research suggests.
#artificialintelligenceJan-20-2018, 03:32:50 GMT
It's flu season, and many of us find ourselves glancing nervously at anyone coughing or sniffling in our vicinity. But how, besides shielding ourselves from public sneezers, do we avoid coming into contact with infections?