Facial Recognition

Read: Security Industry Association Makes Case Against Facial Recognition Ban

Security Industry Association Makes Case Against Facial Recognition Ban

A proposed bill would impose a blanket ban on most federal use of nearly all biometric and related image analytics technologies. Below, SIA makes its case for why the ban should not be passed.

Read: Using the Cloud and Deep Learning for Proactive Campus Security

Using the Cloud and Deep Learning for Proactive Campus Security

Reacting to an unforeseen security issue used to be the only option, but combining modern technologies can change that.

Read: Amazon Implements 1 Year Moratorium on Police Use of Facial Recognition Tech

Amazon Implements 1 Year Moratorium on Police Use of Facial Recognition Tech

Amazon will continue to allow its software to help organizations rescue human trafficking victims and reunite missing children with their families.

Read: Facial Recognition Technology Impacted by COVID-19 Masks

Facial Recognition Technology Impacted by COVID-19 Masks

Researchers have been collecting photos of people wearing masks, bandanas and scarves to help improve facial recognition algorithms.

Read: COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

The use of fingerprint and vein biometrics technologies will most likely suffer due to new stringent infectious disease protocols, but facial and iris recognition could experience an increase.

Read: 2020 Video Management System Trends, Opportunities and Developments

2020 Video Management System Trends, Opportunities and Developments

Video management systems (VMS) are essential to campus security, but all are not created equal.

Read: BriefCam Announces Improved Video Analytics Capabilities

BriefCam Announces Improved Video Analytics Capabilities

The new capabilities include license plate recognition, people counting and a mobile app, among others.

Read: Law Enforcement Facial Recognition Company Has Client List Stolen

Law Enforcement Facial Recognition Company Has Client List Stolen

Clearview AI pulls billions of images from social media and the Internet, which law enforcement agencies then use to match unknown faces.

Read: UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

A group ran more than 400 pictures of UCLA athletes and staff through facial recognition software and found 58 were incorrectly matched with mugshot database photos.

Read: Facial Recognition vs. Facial Detection: What’s the Difference?

Facial Recognition vs. Facial Detection: What’s the Difference?

If your organization could benefit from technology similar to facial recognition but is uneasy with its security risks, consider face detection.

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