I am a heavy Google hardware/software user. I love the facial recognition software for Google Photos once I name a "face" it's almost 100% accurate. I do have major issues with the Home/Nest Aware familiar face detection for my doorbell and security cameras, which is about 70% accurate. Does anyone else have similar issues with these two platforms? Why wouldn't they Home/Nest Aware use the same amazing facial identity software that Photos uses? If Nest Aware incorrectly labels a face to a name, I should be able to correct it manually instead of just deleting the image. Thanks!
Adding on to this, I have been unable to even follow the "delete the image" advice given here. On both occasions where the incorrect person is "recognized" the image shown in the face library *is the correct person*, not the person in the event at all. This picture is often from WEEKS before the incident as well, and I assume is the photo in my library that Nest has used to "recognize" the person in the video.
Case in point: I had a false recognition today, where my wife was "recognized" by my yard camera as me. If I go into the event, the photo shown is a photo from my doorbell of *my* face from DECEMBER. Deleting that photo does nothing (and why would it, since it looks NOTHING LIKE MY WIFE).