Face Recognition

Submitted on September 17, 2020 | John Adams
The global facial recognition market is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 14.41 per cent, during the forecast period of 2019 to 2028, according to the Global Facial Recognition Market Forecast Report. The key factors promoting the market growth,...
Submitted on September 11, 2020 | John Adams
Portland Oregon City Council in the U.S. has passed legislation that bans use of face recognition technology, not only by the city, but by private business and corporations. The move has major ramifications for use of the technology, not only...
Submitted on August 3, 2020 | John Adams
How well do face recognition algorithms identify people wearing protective face masks during the COVID-19 epidemic? The answer is in - and it's not positive. The answer, according to a preliminary study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology...
Submitted on July 1, 2020 | John Adams
Boston City Council in the U.S. has voted to ban the use of facial recognition technology by the city. The ban comes after civil liberties groups highlighted what they described as faults in facial recognition algorithms after NIST found most...
Submitted on June 17, 2020 | John Adams
Australian Human Rights Commissioner Edward Santow said face recognition protections were not strong enough and “law enforcement agencies shouldn't be allowed to use it without proper safeguards in place”. "At the moment there are not strong and clear enough legal...
Submitted on December 8, 2019 | John Adams
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has backed away from its proposal that all U.S. citizens participate in mandatory facial recognition entry/exit programmes. Customs & Border Protection is testing facial recognition at more than 20 airports, seaports and border crossings. Airlines...
Submitted on November 1, 2019 | John Adams
It’s easy to bang on about privacy when you are not responsible for protecting the lives of thousands of people in public spaces. But for the managers of big electronic security applications protecting cities and teeming public precincts, the stakes...
Submitted on September 6, 2019 | John Adams
Would you agree the negative public discourse around face recognition might impact on the application of analytics as a whole? A: Possibly. Obviously, there are many useful analytics that are not face recognition and that have no biometric component whatever...
Submitted on August 30, 2019 | John Adams
ONE of the key things to come out of Security 2019 Exhibition in Sydney last month was implied by the winner of ASIAL’s People’s Choice Award – NiroVision’s cloud-based Mobile First face recognition solution. There were plenty of other capable...
Submitted on June 29, 2019 | John Adams
AnyVision is a server-based GPU-powered analytic solution that can process 23 faces simultaneously and offers a toolbox of neat features and functions. But it’s the raw capability of the solution that impressed me most. ANYVISION is one of a new...
Submitted on June 11, 2019 | John Adams
CITY of Perth’s face recognition solution, which is used to support cameras around Optus Stadium, has caused a stir among privacy professionals, who say it was rolled out without public consultation and worry it could be the beginning of a...
Submitted on May 24, 2019 | John Adams
SAN Francisco’s board of supervisors have voted 8-1 to ban the use of face recognition technology by police and other government agencies. It’s the first city in the U.S. to block a technology police officers say assists them when investigating...
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