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Say "hi" to the future: Google Glass has partnered with a smartphone app to create "InSight," a program that recognizes people based on their clothes and movement. The way it works is that it takes photos of a person and records spatial distribution. While the tests have been 98% accurate in recognizing the target, the app becomes ineffective when he or she changed clothes, which is great for rudimentary human recognition, but doesn't exactly account for giant fast fashion wardrobes. [PFSK]