Facial Recognition

Read: Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Keep a close eye on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, physical identity management, blockchain and cybersecurity.

Read: Activists: Facial Recognition on College Campuses Decreases Security

Activists: Facial Recognition on College Campuses Decreases Security

Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy launched a website and toolkit calling on students to take part in their advocacy campaign.

Read: AI-Based School Surveillance Raises Student Privacy Concerns

AI-Based School Surveillance Raises Student Privacy Concerns

New York’s State Education Department’s decision to approve the installation of facial recognition software in a school district has raised questions.

Read: SIA Pushes for Congress to Examine Facts, Benefits of Facial Recognition

SIA Pushes for Congress to Examine Facts, Benefits of Facial Recognition

A letter issued to Congress urges for the collaboration of all stakeholders to address facial recognition concerns.

Read: Overcoming Security Camera Privacy Worries with LIDAR

Overcoming Security Camera Privacy Worries with LIDAR

LIDAR systems can flag potential threats while guaranteeing the anonymity of people or objects that aren’t a risk.

Read: Lockport Schools Banned from Using Facial Recognition System

Lockport Schools Banned from Using Facial Recognition System

The State Education Department is not allowing Lockport City School District to use its facial recognition due to privacy and data safety concerns.

Read: Chinese Surveillance Programs Use Duke’s Facial Recognition Software

Chinese Surveillance Programs Use Duke’s Facial Recognition Software

Video of Duke students was used to improve facial recognition technology and that same data has been linked to China monitoring ethnic minorities.

Read: NYPD Tampered with Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

NYPD Tampered with Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

A report claims the NYPD would edit photos and upload celebrity lookalikes into facial recognition software to identify suspects.

Read: Facial-recognition Technology Banned in San Francisco

Facial-recognition Technology Banned in San Francisco

San Francisco is the first city in the United States to prohibit its government from using facial-recognition technology.

Read: Is Amazon’s Face-Detection Service Racially Biased? This Study Says Yes

Is Amazon’s Face-Detection Service Racially Biased? This Study Says Yes

Videos on YouTube revealed Amazon Rekognition even misclassified famous African-American women, like Michelle Obama, as men.

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