Cap_able blocks facial recognition software with knitted clothing

Italian fashion start-up Cap_able has launched a collection of knitted clothing that protects the wearer’s biometric data without the need to cover their face.

Named Manifesto Collection, the clothing features various patterns developed by artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to shield the wearer’s facial identity and instead identify them as animals.

Cap_able designed the clothing with patterns – known as adversarial patches – to deceive facial recognition software in real-time. Read more at Dezeen.