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Facial Recognition

Read: Facial Recognition Tested by New York’s Transit Authority for Cashless Tolling

Facial Recognition Tested by New York’s Transit Authority for Cashless Tolling

Metropolitan Transit Authority declined to share what company is providing the facial recognition technology, which has prompted concerns by privacy groups.

Read: Hanwha Techwin to Compete in Smart Home Market With Indoor Security Cameras

Hanwha Techwin to Compete in Smart Home Market With Indoor Security Cameras

The SmartCam series cameras are accessible by voice with Alexa or Google Assistant commands and feature 1080p full HD monitoring, facial recognition and more.

Read: IBM Created Facial Recognition Software With Racial Profiling Options for NYPD

IBM Created Facial Recognition Software With Racial Profiling Options for NYPD

IBM’s software was designed to match stills of persons with specific physical characteristics, including hair color and skin tone, The Intercept reported.

Read: IntelliVision Expands Facial Recognition as a Service Offering

IntelliVision Expands Facial Recognition as a Service Offering

IntelliVision has added Cloud service to its in-camera and on-server face recognition, enabling another enhanced level of control and management for installing security contractors.

Read: Microsoft President Advocates Facial Recognition to Be Regulated

Microsoft President Advocates Facial Recognition to Be Regulated

Brad Smith argued for a government initiative to create rules for proper use of facial recognition technology, with input from a bipartisan and expert commission.

Read: Startup Wants to Deploy Facial Recognition System at Concert Venues

Startup Wants to Deploy Facial Recognition System at Concert Venues

Blink Identity has received a seed round led by Sinai Ventures with participation from Live Nation, Techstars and other live entertainment related funds.

Read: Amazon Shareholders Demand End to Facial Recognition Sales

Amazon Shareholders Demand End to Facial Recognition Sales

Jeff Bezos is drawing the ire of Amazon shareholders who are demanding the tech behemoth stop selling the face-tracking software tool Rekognition to the government and law enforcement.

Read: Amazon Is Discreetly Selling Facial Recognition Technology

Amazon Is Discreetly Selling Facial Recognition Technology

Amazon Rekognition is a deep learning-powered video analysis service that is being quietly marketed for government surveillance, among other uses.

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?

Read: New Dahua AI Camera Can Identify Faces by Facial Expressions, Age

New Dahua AI Camera Can Identify Faces by Facial Expressions, Age

Dahua says its new facial recognition technology is designed for places with high throughput traffic and risk of theft.

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