Greg Borenstein author of Making Things See has a post up on his blog that uses face tracking software and pits it against a Flickr set created by Matt Jones of Berg London of objects and environments that look like they are expressing human faces or emotions.
pareidolia is the name that we give to this natural human inclination to see faces all around us.
The FaceTracking software detected a face in 50 out of 681 images that Greg pulled from the set.
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