HOW WE MEASURE?
We monitor TV channels to find people of interest. Our system takes snapshots of every covered channel at the rate of one per second. All detected faces then go through the computer vision processing tool to see if there is a person that we cover. Thanks to the Russian math school our algorithms are able to tell in a matter of milliseconds if a person on screen is the one from the list, even when image is blurred or face is turned. Thus stats that we show are real-time.
The points you see in front of each political figure equal the amount of times one was detected on screen; the percentage figures show one’s share among all the people. Some data may not be representative.