在「在 iOS 上不使用 Facebook App 時要完全砍掉 process」這邊提到了 Facebook 在 iOS 版的應用程式會在背景播放無聲音樂，導致吃電特別兇的問題，Facebook 的 Ari Grant 出來澄清是 bug 造成的，而非故意行為。
修正了兩個 bug，第一個是 network code 的部分：
The first issue we found was a “CPU spin” in our network code. A CPU spin is like a child in a car asking, “Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?”with the question not resulting in any progress to reaching the destination. This repeated processing causes our app to use more battery than intended. The version released today has some improvements that should start making this better.
第二個則是之前提到無聲 audio 的問題：
The second issue is with how we manage audio sessions. If you leave the Facebook app after watching a video, the audio session sometimes stays open as if the app was playing audio silently. This is similar to when you close a music app and want to keep listening to the music while you do other things, except in this case it was unintentional and nothing kept playing. The app isn't actually doing anything while awake in the background, but it does use more battery simply by being awake. Our fixes will solve this audio issue and remove background audio completely.
The issues we have found are not caused by the optional Location History feature in the Facebook app or anything related to location. If you haven't opted into this feature by setting Location Access to Always and enabling Location History inside the app, then we aren't accessing your device's location in the background. The issues described above don't change this at all.
在「The Background Data and Battery Usage of Facebook’s iOS App」這邊提到 Facebook App 在 iOS 上使用了非常吃電的技巧來強制背景更新。
作者猜測，如果你把 Facebook App 設定成不允許背景更新，那麼 Facebook App 會利用 iOS 在「播放音樂」可以在背景執行來進行更新：(所以只是打開播放的 channel，但是沒有聲音)
My guess is that Facebook is hijacking audio sessions on iOS by keeping silent audio in the background whenever a video plays in the app. And because, by default, videos on Facebook auto-play on both Wi-Fi and Cellular and few people ever bother to turn it off, that means there's a high chance the Facebook app will always find a way to play a video, keep audio in the background, and consume energy to perform background tasks.
I'm not alone in noticing the mysterious "Facebook audio" background consumption, and video auto-play seems to me the most likely explanation at this point. I don't know if turning off auto-play may fix the problem, but I'd recommend doing that anyway to save data.
印象中我們家的 zonble 也有提過類似的事情，當時他好像還有抱怨不知道 Facebook App 在搞什麼鬼... Anyway，這就可以理解作者提到為什麼這麼吃電：
On my girlfriend's iPhone, for instance, iOS 9 reports 5 hours of on-screen usage for the last 7 days, and another 11 hours of background audio usage with Background App Refresh turned off.
我的想法是，如果不用的時候就按兩下 home 鍵把 Facebook App 整個踢出去，或者就如同作者建議用 Safari 開行動版本：
I wonder if Apple should consider additional battery controls to take action against shady practices like invisible background audio. What Facebook is doing shows a deep lack of respect for iOS users. I continue to recommend using Safari instead.
Lyst 的「Image Background Removal」這篇在講圖片去背的方法。
Lyst 是把這個演算法用在上架自動分類的一環：圖片先去背，然後再用 classifier 綜合其他的 metadata 判斷要分到那一類。
其實 Lyst 這篇是在說「要怎麼打組合拳」：利用現有最簡單的技術去堆積木，想辦法找出一套合理的解。而不是像學術上的那樣要求做到極致。所以也有像這樣不是處理的很好的：