Latest News on Facial Recognition
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Apr 12, 2019
Microsoft's AI collaboration with Chinese military university raises questionsMicrosoft Research Asia in Beijing have co-authored at least three papers with scholars affiliated with China's military college
Apr 05, 2019
US blocks Amazon's efforts to stop shareholder votes on facial recognitionAmazon will cease to offer facial recognition to governments unless its board determined sales did not violate civil liberties.
Mar 14, 2019
IBM used 100 mn photos from Flickr to train AI algorithms without user permissionThe people photographed on Flickr didn’t consent to have their photos used to develop facial recognition systems.
Jan 27, 2019
Google to likely add support for facial recognition sensors with Android QThe facial recognition software will likely allow for authentication of payments as well.
Jan 24, 2019
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella welcomes regulation on facial recognition technologySatya Nadella said there is no discrimination now between right and wrong use of the technology.
Dec 31, 2018
Facebook is the least trusted tech company followed by Twitter, Amazon: SurveyConsumers trust Facebook the least, followed by Twitter, Amazon, Uber and Google.
Dec 27, 2018
AI and facial recognition tech 'Trinetra' launched to aid Uttar Pradesh PoliceTrinetra' or third eye was launched at a conference of senior officers at the 'police week' in Lucknow.
Dec 07, 2018
Microsoft announces ethical principles for use of its facial recognition technologyMicrosoft said it would formally launch these principles, together with supporting framework, before the end of March 2019
Nov 16, 2018
Face/Off in real life: Japanese company creating super-realistic masks in high demandA Japanese car company ordered a mask of a sleeping face to improve its facial recognition technology to detect if a driver had dozed off
Nov 09, 2018
Amazon will sell facial recognition tech to police despite employee protestsIn a recent company-wide QnA session, Andy Jassy insisted that Rekognition offered “great value.”