I'm trying out the new Face Recogniation feature in LrCC and came across and odd result for a few photos that had a lot of bricks in the background. Looks like Adobe Sensei is recognizing them as faces. Not really an issue, just didn't where else to post this.
Across all of the platforms, Lightrooms' facial recognition is a joke. It is excruciatingly slow—nine (9) hours to go through 700 images—, and will opt for the bark of a tree 40% of the time if the model is posed against one. If the model is nude, and NOT sporting a Brazilian wax, then there's a 34% likelihood that the juncture of her thighs will be identified as a face.
I kid you not. I've got the figures to prove it. Another useless feature brought to you by Adobe, instead of improved performance.