#TheScalaReport: Facial recognition software and the long goodbye to privacy and non-transparency online. Part 1 of 2. Chris Riegel, CEO Scala.com

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Roman
After Greek
Title | Statue Fragment of the Head of a Young Satyr
Description | English: The pointed ears, tousled hair, and mischievous facial expression identify this head, broken off from a statue, as that of a young satyr. Satyrs were mostly human mythological creatures who often sported the tail, ears and perhaps the legs of a goat. They were unruly followers of Bacchus, god of wine, and were popular subjects for art in antiquity and later periods.
Date | 2nd century
Medium | marble
Mediterranean
Object history | Joseph Brummer, New York1926: purchased by Henry Walters, Baltimore
1931: bequeathed to Walters Art Museum by Henry Walters

Credit line | Acquired by Henry Walters, 1926
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#TheScalaReport: Facial recognition software and the long goodbye to privacy and non-transparency online. Part 1 of 2.   Chris Riegel, CEO Scala.com
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