2018/09/10: not all facial recognition tech is created equal. Unlocking your phone with your face is just one end of a spectrum that contains plenty of spooky use-cases.
The scan takes fractions of a second and has shown to be 99 percent accurate during testing, according to CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, who was joined by MWAA President Jack Potter and airline representatives for an unveiling event Thursday.
As facial recognition tools play a bigger role in fighting crime, inbuilt racial biases raise troubling questions about the systems that create them
Data from a wireless network location system is used in conjunction with the known geographic location of a video surveillance area such that the system according to the present invention infers that
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EFF Staff Attorney Jennifer Lynch testified that although "many Americans may not realize it, they are already in a face recognition database." The Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law held a hearing about facial recognition in regards to privacy and civil liberties. Between Facebook scanning 300 million photos a day and the FBI's nationwide face search, real-time face recognition is coming and we desperately need privacy protections in place.
Technology used to identify people in photos has become widespread, and may threaten Americans' privacy and civil liberties if protections are not put in...
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Un nuovo sistema di riconoscimento facciale promette di individuare un volto tra 36 milioni di facce in un solo secondo.