To keep us safe, the U.S. government wants to institute another safety check at the airport and begin using facial recognition in the security process.
The next time you apply for a job, they may find out all they need to know with the use of HireVue, face-scanning artificial intelligence that analyzes your employability.
The World Economic Forum believes there needs to be some rules in place for the use of facial recognition technology, especially regarding governmental use.
A poll suggests more than half of the US trusts the police with facial recogntion. the numbers for tech companies and advertisers are much lower.
Two U.S. government agencies are using state driver’s license photos from the DMV in facial-recognition searches without permission or knowledge of the subects.
Apple is still working on ways to involve Touch ID in future devices, devices that would utilize an in-display fingerprint recognition without a home button.
What type of responsibility does AI and its users have when using it in criminal situations Should facial recognition be used to identity criminals?
Amazon is being taken to task by artificial intelligence researchers in an open letter for selling its flawed facial recognition technology, “Rekognition,” to police.
Photographers are surprised to learn that IBM stretched the Creative Commons license of photos they posted to Flickr to train their artificial intelligence facial-recognition systems.
6 months ago Microsoft was fixing their facial recognition software to prevent bias, and now they want to have legislation passed to prevent it happening again.
Government agencies are using AI and facial recognition to make law enforcement safer and more efficient. Should we be concerned about this?
Face and fingerprint recognition is now becoming mainstream. Do you still use face or fingerprint recognition even though it’s controversial?
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.