Facial Recognition Test Mistook 1 in 5 Lawmakers For Criminals In California

SACRAMENTO —  California Assemblyman Phil Ting has never been arrested, but he was recently mistaken for a criminal. He’s not surprised. … More

The Future Of Warfare: Army Googles Will Feature Facial Recognition Tech

A modified gamer headset will allow soldiers to see through a drone’s eyes, aim around corners, and identify the faces … More

#FaceApp Challenge: What Is It Really Being Used For?

Another day, another social media challenge with potentially murky consequences. If you’re one of the millions of people who recently … More

Tech-Savvy Protesters Go Digitally-Dark In Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s tech-savvy protesters are going digitally dark as they try to avoid surveillance and potential future prosecutions, disabling location … More

Airport Claims Biometric Security ‘Not Part Of Surveillance Program’

As the public grows wary of facial recognition, the head of CBP’s biometric entry and exit initiative says the agency … More

District In New York First To Install Facial Scanning Technologies

Lockport City School District will begin testing its new facial and object recognition system next week, Superintendent Michelle Bradley announced … More

Facebook Now Plans On Sending Facial Scanning Robot Into The Real World ‘To Help You Make Friends’

Facebook is considering building ’emotionally sensitive’ robots that can explore the world, identify objects and people and enable users to … More