Face and fingerprint recognition is now becoming mainstream. Do you still use face or fingerprint recognition even though it’s controversial?
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SocialRecall is developing a new app that uses facial-recognition technology and will help people remember the people they have met before.
Social Mapper hacks its way in to social media profiles using facial recognition to collect many of them all at once to put itself on a level playing field with hackers.
We have taken leaps and bounds with the technology of facial recognition. We’re asking, “how far is too far with facial recognition?”
Microsoft’s facial recognition software has a more difficult time recognizing darker faces, particularly females, but they’ve reprogrammed it.
Researchers at Michigan State University have found another use for facial recognition: to track endangered primates.
Facial recognition could be used for many more things than just signing into your device. Singapore’s Changi Airport is already using the technology and may start using it to find wayward passengers who are late for their flights.
Facial recognition was touted as a secure authentication method by Apple, but the fact is that it is not as secure as you think. Here are some of its downsides that you should know about.
With Apple now including the Face ID technology in the new iPhone X, it’s placing facial recognition in the forefront again. Do you trust Face ID technology for your devices?
If you have the required hardware, you can activate Windows Hello and log in to Windows using your fingerprint or face. Learn how to set up and use Windows Hello.
Amazon wants us to use its facial recognition technology to pay for items at the store. Would you use facial recognition to pay with your mobile device?