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March 20, 2018
The arena matches faces to a database to identify individuals and determine if they are “considered a problem.”
March 15, 2018
Biometrics is becoming more common in U.S. airports.
The social media site has been gaining detailed knowledge of your face.
By 2022, the agency plans to use biometrics to identify 97 percent of travelers flying out of the country.
Do you ever feel like somebody's watching you?
The devices have already helped nab seven fugitives.
February 10, 2018
Aadhaar, India’s 12-digit unique identification number program that has been under fire for its security and privacy systems.
January 22, 2018
“DHS should not be scanning the faces of Americans as they depart on international flights—but DHS is doing it anyway,” warns a new report that finds facial recognition practices may be violating the law.
December 22, 2017
It will let you know when other users upload your face.
Will there be any gadgets that inspire a technological revolution?
December 20, 2017
Here's another option when it comes to smartphone biometrics.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that the program curtails First Amendment right to freedom of expression.
In Oregon, the Washington County Sheriff’s Department can review 300,000 mugshots in seconds and is helping other agencies to query their databases as well.
These databases can scoop up everything from addresses, to medical history, supermarket membership, and delivery records.
November 20, 2017
Hackers may have found a way through 3D printing.
Many researchers fear the consequences of training computers to identify a person’s sexual orientation and criminality based solely on physical appearance.
, The Atlantic
November 10, 2017
Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a hand in nearly every aspect of government cybersecurity.
The department is opting for a faster procurement option for the technology.
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