A new study used digitally and physically applied makeup to test the limits of state-of-the-art facial recognition software.
According to the paper, their findings imply that facial recognition systems are “extremely vulnerable.”
The open letter uses Amazon as a case study to argue that corporate surveillance technologies cause immense harm and fall under the FTC's authority to ban.
Robert Williams was arrested last year in Detroit after a facial recognition system misidentified him as a suspect.
The FBI, U.S. Park Police, and other agencies used the technology during the height of 2020's protests, according to a new government watchdog report.
Using a new technique, researchers say they can make AI systems misidentify people by adding small bits of data to the images.
As drivers struggle to make ends meet, companies are eager to take advantage of the situation
ID.me's CEO says unemployment fraud is costing taxpayers $400 billion, but his own company is denying claims because of problems with its tech, users say.
The technology has been proven to discriminate against Black people, and has already been banned in 20 US cities and the state of Vermont.
The massive camera network is concentrated in predominantly Black and brown neighborhoods, according to a new crowdsourced report.
Pockets of cities and states around the United States have banned police use of facial recognition, but progress is slow.