Determining the face of wearing a mask from not wearing a mask from visual data such as video and still, images have been a fascinating research topic in recent decades due to the spread of the Corona pandemic, which has changed the features of the entire world and forced people to wear a mask as a way to prevent the pandemic that has calmed the entire world, and it has played an important role. Intelligent development based on artificial intelligence and computers has a very important role in the issue of safety from the pandemic, as the Topic of face recognition and identifying people who wear the mask or not in the introduction and deep education was the most prominent in this topic. Using deep learning techniques and the YOLO ("You only look once") neural network algorithm, which is an efficient real-time object identification algorithm, an intelligent system was developed in this thesis to distinguish which faces are wearing a mask and who is not wearing a wrong mask. The proposed system was developed based on data preparation, preprocessing, and adding a multi-layer neural network, followed by extracting the detection algorithm to improve the accuracy of the system. Two global data sets were used to train and test the proposed system and worked on it in three models, where the first contains the AIZOO data set, the second contains the MoLa RGB CovSurv data set, and the third model contains a combined data set for the two in order to provide cases that are difficult to identify and the accuracy results that were obtained. obtained from the merging datasets showed that the face mask (0.953) and the face recognition system were the most accurate in detecting them (0.916).