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As Web3 takes proliferate, it's worth noting there are two distinct “is Web3 bullshit?” questions: an open-ended technical question, and whether it will “win”
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Clearview AI is set to win a US patent for facial recognition technology that the company says is the first to cover a “search engine for faces”
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