People form instant and powerful impressions of each other based on facial features, and computers are increasingly analyzing facial images for various applications. Chicago Booth’s Alexander Todorov and University of Chicago’s Wilma A. Bainbridge and Ben Zhao discuss biases relating to faces and the implications of facial-recognition technology.

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