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(Discovery)   Artist decodes stray DNA of strangers to produce life-like pictures of them   (news.discovery.com) divider line 8
    More: Scary, DNA, cultural bias, nucleic acid sequence  
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2013-02-10 12:27:15 AM
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WordyGrrl: Interesting article. Brings up the question of how much privacy can we really have when bits of DNA just fall off of us naturally, or get discarded on a used napkin.


Hmm. I may have to change my masturbation habits.
2013-02-10 12:36:53 AM
3 votes:
Actually, scratch that. I took a sample of an anonymous person on battle.net. Based on this "data", I predict that they're male and korean.

MAGIC
2013-02-09 11:54:16 PM
3 votes:
This could change how Maury reveals the real father.
2013-02-10 12:17:22 AM
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2013-02-09 11:04:09 PM
2 votes:

Not a lot of detail in that DNA model: gender, eye colour, maternal race.

By that measure, I am a British male with brown eyes. So I did a Google for images of British Males with Brown Eyes. Apart from that guy who played James Bond and some porn stars, a couple of schmucks and a lot of pictures of dragon flies for some reason, there was nobody who looked much like me.

But here's an interesting British male with brown eyes:


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Just kidding. He's a Neanderthal.
Not even the same species as I am.

Kinda cute for a cave man, though.
He could star in a couple of movies.
A Hell of a lot less scary than Carrot Top.
2013-02-10 01:40:50 AM
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: brantgoose: Not a lot of detail in that DNA model: gender, eye colour, maternal race.

With a little work, her technique could beat police sketch artists.


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2013-02-10 01:05:06 AM
1 votes:

WordyGrrl: Interesting article. Brings up the question of how much privacy can we really have when bits of DNA just fall off of us naturally, or get discarded on a used napkin.


What someone concerned about his stray DNA might look like:

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2013-02-10 12:33:35 AM
1 votes:
I thought this would be way more cool. But it's just someone who figured out the sex, eye color and race and created some random face based on that. Hell, I can do that by sampling starcraft handles.
 
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