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Facial Recognition

Read: Homeland Security Wants to Use Facial Recognition at U.S. Border

Homeland Security Wants to Use Facial Recognition at U.S. Border

The Department of Homeland Security is seeking proposals for a facial recognition solution that can track the movement of foreign nationals.

Read: Detroit Surveillance Camera Program to Add Facial Recognition Capability

Detroit Surveillance Camera Program to Add Facial Recognition Capability

While Detroit Police say the facial recognition software will be strictly confined to investigating violent crimes, the technology still has its detractors.

Read: Research Finds 40% of Apple Users Unlikely to Use Facial Recognition

Research Finds 40% of Apple Users Unlikely to Use Facial Recognition

Contactless payment users in the U.S. and U.K. show clear preference for fingerprint authentication and voice recognition, according to Juniper Research.

Read: London Police’s Facial Recognition a Massive Failure at Recent Carnival

London Police’s Facial Recognition a Massive Failure at Recent Carnival

The facial recognition technology used by the London Police during this year’s Notting Hill Carnival couldn’t make a single proper identification.

Read: KeyLogic Acquires CrossResolve to Build Biometrics Services Portfolio

KeyLogic Acquires CrossResolve to Build Biometrics Services Portfolio

KeyLogic plans to build up a national security and biometrics practice across agencies, including the FBI and DHS.

Read: Security Costs to Protect 2028 Olympic Games Could Surpass $2B

Security Costs to Protect 2028 Olympic Games Could Surpass $2B

Technology will play a central role in protecting the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, officials say, with a focus on detection and prevention.

Read: Biometric Payment Technologies Supported by 80% of Americans, Survey Says

Biometric Payment Technologies Supported by 80% of Americans, Survey Says

The survey also reveals Americans are quickly shifting from paper checks to paperless electronic payments.

Read: JetBlue to Test Self-Boarding Program Using Facial Recognition

JetBlue to Test Self-Boarding Program Using Facial Recognition

JetBlue announced Wednesday the goal of the program is to speed up the boarding process while improving national security.

Read: Privacy Group Sues NYPD for Not Releasing Facial Recognition Docs

Privacy Group Sues NYPD for Not Releasing Facial Recognition Docs

Privacy concerns are growing over the lack of transparency by the NYPD and its use of facial recognition technology.

Read: 6 Security Flaws That Led to the Destruction of the Death Star

6 Security Flaws That Led to the Destruction of the Death Star

Could better implementation of access control, cybersecurity and surveillance have prevented the downfall of the Galactic Empire?

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