Tagged With Facial Recognition

Police used facial recognition tech on a Twitter video to find and charge a Lafayette Square protester with assault


ICE just signed a contract with Clearview AI, the controversial facial-recognition company that scrapes photos from social media


Instagram could face up up to $500 billion in fines in class-action lawsuit alleging it illegally harvested biometric data



A new Senate bill would ban corporations from using facial recognition without people's explicit consent


Wearing a face mask makes it harder for facial recognition algorithms to see you, according to a new government study


Apple has acquired more AI startups than Google, Facebook or any other Big Tech company. Is Apple bulking up in AI or just catching up?



Clearview AI, the facial recognition company that scraped billions of faces off the internet, was just hit with a data privacy complaint in Europe


The UK and Australia are investigating Clearview AI, the facial recognition firm that scraped billions of photos from social media


Facial-recognition software fails to correctly identify people '96% of the time,' Detroit police chief says


A Black man in Detroit was arrested and detained for 30 hours after being falsely identified by facial recognition


Boston just became the latest city to ban use of facial recognition technology


Microsoft will not sell facial recognition to American police departments until there is a national law 'grounded in human rights,' President Brad Smith says



The ACLU says Amazon's 1-year suspension on selling facial recognition to law enforcement falls short and it wants a longer ban


Amazon just announced that it's going to suspend police use of its controversial facial-recognition technology for one year


IBM wins praise for halting sales of its facial recognition tech, but experts say it may have left itself a loophole


IBM's CEO said the firm will stop offering facial recognition software and called for 'national dialogue' on the use of the technology in law enforcement



Researchers said their 'unbiased' facial recognition could identify potential future criminals — then deleted the announcement after backlash


Offices are buying thermal cameras with facial recognition to see if employees are running a fever — and the demand for the cameras is skyrocketing as companies plan to reopen


Apple is launching an iPhone update that will make it much easier to unlock your phone while wearing a face mask


Vermont's attorney general is suing a controversial facial recognition app that uses images scraped from social media to create a database for police and wealthy clients: 'I am disturbed'