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Ritu

Jain

Mumbai

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The evolution of AI has been exponential, implying also many potential risks. Our biometrics, which are increasingly being used to create rapid identification and authentication, have many disadvantages. During a recent visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, I came across an article which explained how aesthetics can be used to enhance facial features. In the early 20th century warships used a camouflage technique called razzle dazzle based on complex patterns of geometric shapes in contrasting colors. Similarly, in the case of facial recognition, where symmetry and tonal contours are key, such aesthetics can be used to protect our privacy. This technique inspired my prints and stripes to create illusion and visual distortion. The idea was to create sporty, feminine and functional silhouettes by adding a little extra edge through bold and cyber age inspired prints with accents of black, white and metallics.