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Supt Chris Casey Jun 9
Is Facial Recognition really ‘a danger to democracy’? I don’t think it is. I think facial recognition could be an immensely powerful tool in fighting crime and terrorism.
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Cruz Cerda III, Ph.D. 23m
Maker of US border's license-plate scanning tech ransacked by hacker, blueprints and files dumped online via
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Eva Zheng 郑怡斌 عائشة 14h
Guangzhou South Railway Station, one of the China's biggest rail transportation hubs, nets hundred fugitives for the last one year through its system, which scans passengers' face, compares against police database, sends alert to police onsite when match found.
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Joseph E. Guimera 7h
California's Body Camera Accountability Act could be the nation's first law banning the use of in police body cams. officials are not happy.
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Howto: InfoSec/Privacy TV 36m
All nations spying on citizens have had history of ppl on the inside targeting , at one time or another. This is why MUST be regulated. To w/lengths will it be used when truly evil people come to power & control it?
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Howto: InfoSec/Privacy TV 1h
this is why UNREGULATED / is so dangerous to our future. It gives too much blackmail power to those who control it. Words will be twisted out of context to destroy lives, at will. Likely how they found his comments along w/datamining.
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Trans-consult Jun 16
Chinese consumers can pay at some retail stores by simply looking into machines at checkout Using Smartphones to Pay? That’s So Yesterday in China
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Quentin Landau 13h
Some US Cities Are Moving Into Real-Time Facial Surveillance
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Gursheeen Sahani Jun 16
An Interactive gargoyle at Denver airport. It’s aim is to make travel fun. A great work of & ML with capabilities
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iSavage 6h
"To keep New York City safe requires enormous and relentless effort. It would be an injustice to the people we serve if we policed our 21st-century city without using 21st-century technology." - New York Times
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DataMantis Jun 11
In today's round of Bio Data is Intrusive and Dangerous: Foreign governments might be interested in (and have already stolen) your face wherever it is stored.
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Barbara Crowley 13h
Facial-recognition technology may help detect pain in patients with severe
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Lance Edelman 8h
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Ximble 10h
Thanks to our software, your employees can clock in with a smile.
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Shadow of the Valley Podcast 12h
, technology can now text jaywalkers a fine. buttons&utm_campaign=site buttons via
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Fotis Aronis 13h
Back again with some new projects. Started working on some face recognition with python and dusted up my unity projects! more coming soon!
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Vallum Software 13h
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Security Update 13h
California could limit how police use technology
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Kay Ritchie 18h
So exciting to look through the transcript of our first focus group! Massive amount of work, well done 👍
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Sonja Peteranderl 20h
How US cities fight : San Francisco is the first city to ban the controversial technology - other communities could follow suit. My report for
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