After IBM and Amazon pulled access to its facial recognition software from law enforcement, we asked other companies that advertise the technology if they'll follow suit.
"Rekognition" has been shown time and time again to be ineffective and biased. Rather than shelving it altogether, Amazon is putting a one-year moratorium on police use of it.
The lockdowns will eventually lift, but Russians worry the widespread use of this technology is here to stay.
'Fawkes' may be the most advanced system yet for fooling facial recognition tech like Clearview AI – until the algorithms catch up.
As part of an effort to age-verify pornography in Australia, the Department of Home Affairs is offering the services of its facial recognition programme.
Former workers reveal "questionable and misleading methods" used to obtain facial scans.
Another machine learning algorithm has failed to work for people of color. What is it going to take for this to stop?
The database contained 10 million photos of 100,000 individuals including activists and journalists.
Law enforcement agencies are using facial recognition systems with little to no rules, found a new study by the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology.
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The company says the new feature will help protect your privacy, but critics worry handing the site more facial recognition data could be dangerous.
Just Eat has created an app that scans users’ faces for emotion, then makes menu suggestions based on whether they’re feeling angry, stressed, or happy.