Facial Recognition

Read: Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Those facial recognition bans you keep hearing about involve the government, not businesses. Here’s how to select and utilize this biometric solution.

Read: Facial Recognition Software Developed at Duke Linked to Chinese Surveillance Programs

Facial Recognition Software Developed at Duke Linked to Chinese Surveillance Programs

Researchers used video of Duke students to improve facial recognition technology. The same data set is linked to China’s use of improving facial technology to monitor ethnic minorities.

Read: NYPD Used Celebrity Lookalikes to Alter Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

NYPD Used Celebrity Lookalikes to Alter Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

A new report reveals certain police departments are fudging facial recognition results by using celebrity doppelgangers, forensic sketches and editing photos.

Read: San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Software

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Software

The ban prohibits the technology’s use by police; however, facial recognition can still be used at SFO and the Port of San Francisco.

Read: Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User’s Photos

Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User’s Photos

Photo storage app Ever is facing backlash after it was revealed that it is using billions of photos uploaded by its users to train its facial recognition system.

Read: Synectics Completes Facial Recognition Integration With AnyVision

Synectics Completes Facial Recognition Integration With AnyVision

The collaboration will allow users of Synectics’ systems to utilize facial recognition data within its Synergy 3 command and control platform.

Read: Amazon May Halt Selling of Facial Recognition Technology to Governments

Amazon May Halt Selling of Facial Recognition Technology to Governments

An upcoming vote by Amazon shareholders will determine whether or not its facial recognition software will be sold to governments in the future.

Read: Brooklyn Tenants Fight Landlord’s Plan to Install Facial Recognition System

Brooklyn Tenants Fight Landlord’s Plan to Install Facial Recognition System

The landlord filed an application last year to replace the key fob system with the proposed facial recognition solution, which is yet to be approved.

Read: Why FirstNet Is Key to Safeguarding Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

Why FirstNet Is Key to Safeguarding Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

FirstNet is designed for the public safety community — law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, 911/dispatch and emergency management.

Read: 20 Top Trends at ISC West 2019: Deeper Integrations, AI, Cloud & More

20 Top Trends at ISC West 2019: Deeper Integrations, AI, Cloud & More

SSI’s Editor-in-Chief highlights 20 leading areas of interest evident in his 20th trip to the year’s most important trade show.

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