Facial Recognition

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.

Read: 3xLOGIC Announces VISIX Facial Recognition Camera

3xLOGIC Announces VISIX Facial Recognition Camera

When using 3xLOGIC’s app, you will be able to capture facial images and choose persons of interest to place on a watch list within the camera.

Read: Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

A single platform is managing all of the security functions for this private school district, resulting in improved protection and greater convenience.

Read: School Districts Consider Facial Recognition to Improve Security

School Districts Consider Facial Recognition to Improve Security

One New York school district has begun the installation of 300 facial recognition cameras on its eight campuses using a state grant.

Read: Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

A campus adopting any type of new security technology must not only investigate its benefits, but also its vulnerabilities and potential for abuse.

Read: OWAL Helps Westchester Center Improve Safety, Efficiencies

OWAL Helps Westchester Center Improve Safety, Efficiencies

Facial recognition technology has allowed the Westchester Center for Independent & Assisted Living to protect against patient elopement and better manage schedules.

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