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F -score of 0.73, improving in 0.002 points the accuracy of previous classifiers ( Khazaei et al., 2016b ). This paper is organized as follows. In Section 2 , we present some of the related works that are the starting point of our research. In Section 3 , we describe our data sets, and process for labeling these data. In Section 4 , we explain our methodology for gender recognition. In Section 5 , we report our results related to gender and privacy concerns. We summarize our findings and conclude in Section 6 . Finally, Section 7 deals with future

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