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What you need to know about face surveillance | Kade Crockford [Video]

What you need to know about face surveillance | Kade Crockford

Privacy isn't dead, but face surveillance technology might kill it, says civil rights advocate Kade Crockford. In an eye-opening talk, Kade outlines the startling reasons why this invasive technology..

Credit: TED     Duration: 12:49Published

COVID-19: Hyderabad start-up company creates unique way to take attendence of employees [Video]

COVID-19: Hyderabad start-up company creates unique way to take attendence of employees

A start-up company at Hyderabad invented contactless, facial-recognition based thermal screening of employees. This step was taken to avoid spread of coronavirus infection. Sushanth, CEO of Arvi..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 02:38Published
Boston Bans Facial Recognition After Misidentification From The Technology [Video]

Boston Bans Facial Recognition After Misidentification From The Technology

The Boston City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will ban face tracking. This includes the purchase and use of facial recognition technology by city officials and police. Detroit police..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:37Published
San Diego-based company's tablet takes temperatures, recognizes face coverings [Video]

San Diego-based company's tablet takes temperatures, recognizes face coverings

Using Qualcomm's chips, San Diego-based OneScreen built a device that takes temperatures and uses facial recognition to allow or deny access to different workplaces and schools.

Credit: ABC 10 News | San Diego     Duration: 02:14Published
Detroit Police Chief Reveals How Often Face Recognition Technology Has Epic Fails [Video]

Detroit Police Chief Reveals How Often Face Recognition Technology Has Epic Fails

Detroit Police Chief James Craig on Monday made a shocking disclosure about facial recognition technology. According to Gizmodo, Chief Craig estimated the technology used by his department fails to..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:41Published
Sen. Markey Files Legislation To Ban Government Use Of Facial Recognition Software [Video]

Sen. Markey Files Legislation To Ban Government Use Of Facial Recognition Software

Markey cited a report that said Black, Brown and Asian individuals were up to 100 times more likely to be misidentified.

Credit: WBZ CBS Boston     Duration: 00:27Published
Democratic lawmakers proposed a nationwide facial recognition ban. [Video]

Democratic lawmakers proposed a nationwide facial recognition ban.

Credit: Digital Trends     Duration: 01:02Published
Santa Cruz to become first city to ban predictive policing [Video]

Santa Cruz to become first city to ban predictive policing

Santa Cruz City Council voted on Tuesday to ban predictive policing and facial recognition technologies within the Santa Cruz Police Department.

Credit: KSBW     Duration: 02:47Published
Boston Bans Facial Recognition Software [Video]

Boston Bans Facial Recognition Software

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:31Published
Democrats Introduce Bill To Stop The Use Of 'Biometric Surveillance' [Video]

Democrats Introduce Bill To Stop The Use Of 'Biometric Surveillance'

Vice reported a bill introduced in Congress to indefinitely prohibit the federal government from using “biometric surveillance.” According to Business Insider, this includes technology such as..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:32Published
Duggan addresses facial recognition controversy [Video]

Duggan addresses facial recognition controversy

Detroit mayor Mike Duggan responds when asked about the city's use of facial recognition technology.

Credit: WXYZ Detroit     Duration: 09:18Published
Andrew Yang On Data Use; Astronaut Christina Koch Talks Moon Missions | Digital Trends Live 6.25.20 [Video]

Andrew Yang On Data Use; Astronaut Christina Koch Talks Moon Missions | Digital Trends Live 6.25.20

On Digital Trends Live today: Joining us on the show today is former presidential candidate Andrew Yang discussing the Data Dividend Project and the growing divide between D.C. and Silicon Valley;..

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Black Man Arrested Over Misidentification and Misuse of Facial Recognition by Police [Video]

Black Man Arrested Over Misidentification and Misuse of Facial Recognition by Police

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:30Published
“So the computer got it wrong.” Metro Detroit man suing after wrongful arrest due to facial recognition technology [Video]

“So the computer got it wrong.” Metro Detroit man suing after wrongful arrest due to facial recognition technology

Robert Williams says he was wrongly arrested based on the Detroit Police Department’s use of a controversial facial recognition software program.

Credit: WXYZ Detroit     Duration: 04:36Published
Russian KFC scans your face before serving you chicken [Video]

Russian KFC scans your face before serving you chicken

This Moscow KFC uses facial recognition and robotic arms to serve you food

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Detroit demonstrators calling for city to cease use of facial recognition technology [Video]

Detroit demonstrators calling for city to cease use of facial recognition technology

Detroit demonstrators calling for city to cease use of facial recognition technology

Credit: WXYZ Detroit     Duration: 01:46Published
Future of facial recognition technology [Video]

Future of facial recognition technology

The Detroit Police Department's use of facial recognition technology is being debated again as the contract for it's use is up for renewal in the wake of the police reform controversy following the..

Credit: WXYZ Detroit     Duration: 03:27Published
Protesters Demand To Discontinue Facial Recognition Technology [Video]

Protesters Demand To Discontinue Facial Recognition Technology

Protesters Demand To Discontinue Facial Recognition Technology

Credit: CBS 62 Detroit     Duration: 01:25Published
Tech giants will not sell facial recognition software to police departments for now [Video]

Tech giants will not sell facial recognition software to police departments for now

10News' continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, protests

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Microsoft Will Not Sell Facial Recognition Tech to Police [Video]

Microsoft Will Not Sell Facial Recognition Tech to Police

Microsoft confirms that it will not sell its facial recognition technology until it can be regulated and that the company also is not currently selling the tech to the police.

Credit: Cheddar Inc.     Duration: 00:15Published
Sony's PS5 Reveal Lives Up To The Hype + IBM's Jason Kelley On DEI | Digital Trends Live 6.12.20 [Video]

Sony's PS5 Reveal Lives Up To The Hype + IBM's Jason Kelley On DEI | Digital Trends Live 6.12.20

On Digital Trends Live today: We're joined by IBM's Jason Kelley, discussing the company's committment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and how this can take hold across the tech industry; Gaming..

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Need2Know: Alarming COVID-19 Spikes and Tech Giants vs. Racism [Video]

Need2Know: Alarming COVID-19 Spikes and Tech Giants vs. Racism

These are the headlines you Need 2 Know for Friday, June 12, 2020.

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Amazon Bans Police Use of Its Facial Recognition Technology [Video]

Amazon Bans Police Use of Its Facial Recognition Technology

Amazon bans police use of its facial recognition software for a year, despite last year's shareholder vote to sell the technology to government contractors.

Credit: Cheddar Inc.     Duration: 00:16Published
Microsoft To Cops: Face It, We're Not Going To Sell Facial Recognition Tech To You [Video]

Microsoft To Cops: Face It, We're Not Going To Sell Facial Recognition Tech To You

Microsoft said Thursday it would not sell its facial-recognition technology to police departments. That is, until there is a just federal law, based in human rights, regulating the..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:39Published
Amazon won't give police facial recognition software [Video]

Amazon won't give police facial recognition software

Amazon will no longer provide "ring" facial recognition technology to police. The decision is set to last 1 year. Amazon says it wants to give Congress time to implement appropriate rules.

Credit: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas     Duration: 00:27Published

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WA licence photos to be sent east for national facial recognition database

The licence photos, names, addresses, signatures of West Australians will be available to Commonwealth and interstate investigators through a national facial recognition system.
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'Harm against humans': Rights chief warns of facial recognition threat

As tech companies put a halt to US police using the technology, the Human Rights Commissioner says greater protections are required in Australia.
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Amazon bans police using face-recognition tech after calls it fuels racism and abuse

Amazon has called for regulation around facial recognition technology, implementing a one-year ban on its own software, after IBM also walked away from the technology.
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Despite risks, we're not too fussed about facial recognition

Survey finds most Australians are comfortable with the rise of software that can spot a face in the crowd despite lingering concerns about the dangers.
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Queensland set for licence database upload as advocates urge caution

The state will be the fourth to upload driver licence data to the national facial recognition system, with images expected to be made available later this year.
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Linius Technologies partners with LiveTiles for unique video meeting solution

Linius Technologies Ltd (ASX:LNU) has partnered with global software company LiveTiles Ltd (ASX:LVT) to deliver an enhanced video meeting solution. The partnership will see the development of a..
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Controversy over India's use of facial recognition technology

Police in India have been using facial recognition technology during protests against a new citizenship law that critics say marginalises Muslims.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Zuckerberg promises privacy after $819m facial recognition settlement

Lawyers for Facebook users have called it the largest cash settlement of a privacy lawsuit.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Facial recognition cameras to take London surveillance to new level

London has faced several terror attacks and seen an increase in crime in recent years and police say this will help identify people on wanted lists.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Australia: Corporate & Commercial: Facial recognition technology - Holding Redlich

The 2017 COAG agreement on identity matching services committed all Australian governments to share identity information.
Mondaq - Published

Australian police using face recognition software as privacy experts issue warning

An Australian developer has developed a facial recognition app that is helping US law enforcement to crack cases.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Police using facial recognition cameras at Victoria's busiest stations

The "iFace" system uses biometric software to identify suspects by comparing still images against Victoria Police’s mugshot database of known offenders.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Very worrying': Call for AI, facial recognition reforms to prevent discrimination

Human Rights Commissioner Edward Santow said there were concerning developments in Australia and abroad that underscored the need for reform in the digital space.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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