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AI researchers developed models to identify image pixels featuring people. We apply this to promote privacy by helping you redact personally identifiable info in images.

This demo is powered by Tensorflow.js! Drop an image and retrieve the redacted output without ever sending data over the internet.

Click on your redacted image when it’s done to save.

Consider another use case of delivery robots roaming the streets. Traditionally the camera feed from these robots might be streamed directly to servers, containing identifiable information. A ROS node running on the hardware performing this image segmentation can blur people from the images collected before sending the data back to servers.

This simple demo illustrates something more profound. In the past, applications required a lot of user info to make smart decisions. By deploying models like these in the browser or on a device, we can protect user privacy by limiting the transmission of personally identifiable info.