facial recognition

Microsoft won't sell facial recognition tech to police

Microsoft won't sell facial recognition tech to police

Until federal regulations are passed.
Kyle Alspach Jun 12 2020, 6:30AM Software
Vatican, IBM, Microsoft call for facial recognition laws

Vatican, IBM, Microsoft call for facial recognition laws

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican joined forces with tech giants Microsoft and IBM on Friday to promote the ethical development of artificial intelligence (AI) and call for regulation of intrusive technologies such as facial recognition.
Philip Pullella and Jeffrey Dastin Mar 1 2020, 4:35PM Finance
Google launches AI ethics council

Google launches AI ethics council

Sets its sights on facial recognition.
Paresh Dave Mar 28 2019, 6:15AM Software
NEC to seek channel for facial recognition code

NEC to seek channel for facial recognition code

Backs out of bespoke solutions to focus on repeatable solutions.
Simon Sharwood Dec 6 2018, 2:55PM Strategy
Can an identical twin break Windows Hello?

Can an identical twin break Windows Hello?

RealSense camera technology has been put to the test, as six identical twins try to break into their sibling's Windows account
a Staff Writer Aug 25 2015, 5:46AM Security
Intel shows off 3D camera in phone

Intel shows off 3D camera in phone

Prototype equipped with facial recognition.
Lindsey O'Donnell Apr 14 2015, 5:48AM Collaboration
Google Glass pushes facial recognition boundaries

Google Glass pushes facial recognition boundaries

A hacker's paradise.
Rob Livingstone Jul 30 2013, 8:08AM Software
Biometrics to cause tech giants Aussie grief

Biometrics to cause tech giants Aussie grief

Sensitive biometric information requires consent.
Charis Palmer May 27 2013, 11:16AM Security
Crims outed by Vic cops' facial recognition system

Crims outed by Vic cops' facial recognition system

Zero false positives.
Darren Pauli Mar 20 2013, 8:11AM Security
Ipswich CCTV network garners global interest

Ipswich CCTV network garners global interest

Aussie designer backs video surveillance for fighting crime.
Darren Pauli Jul 7 2011, 1:27PM Security
Cisco cameras to monitor China

Cisco cameras to monitor China

Aussie expert backs video surveillance as a crime fighting tool.
Darren Pauli Jul 6 2011, 3:31PM Security

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