It seems like Lightroom Classic's newly improved face detection algorithm still suffers from some, umm, basic issues. No offence to anyone.
Update Seems like it is more confused than I thought. This after training it with 5000+ images of who Katja is.
I do not see it, even after staring at these two images for an hour.
I have been involved with software development and computers in general for a long, long time now. I have worked and programmed text user interfaces such as MS-DOS 5.0 and POSIX Unix, GUIs such as Windows 3.1, Windows 95, NT 3.51, NT 4, 2000, XP, Windows 7, Windows 10, I have worked in Java, Pascal, Delphi, .NET ASP/C#/VB.NET, C, C++, Assembler, PHP, Python, iOS, Android, Symbian OS and the list goes on.
As both a developer & designer and a user of technology, I am in a good position to offer opinions on the state of software, including usability and user experience. Now I am not going into history again on how modern software is bloated, how budget constraints and competition is driving poor quality and insecure code and so on. Instead I am going to show you some self explanatory images of software that is in a FINAL state, released to the general public, by multi billion dollar (in some cases, trillion dollar) companies. With unlimited funding and own defined deadlines, how is this excusable?
You would think a $1 trillion company would have some R&D money to spend on implementing reasonable limits in their Activity app. Yesterday night at 22:00 local time my watch pinged me with this nice screen:
As if that is not bad enough, Apple clearly has some colour blind people working on their UI experience team. I am not sure about you, but I find the light blue and orange almost impossible to read on an OLED screen (iPhone X):