facial recognition

Submitted on July 9, 2021 | John Adams
Legislation just introduced in the U.S. entitled ‘The No Biometric Barriers to Housing Act of 2021’ would ban biometric technologies including face recognition in public and assisted housing units funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. “Facial recognition...
Submitted on May 28, 2021 | John Adams
Baltimore’s City Council Public Safety Committee has unanimously passed a temporary total ban on the private use of facial recognition in the city. The move bans all applications of facial recognition that are not deployed by city police and will...
Submitted on August 23, 2020 | John Adams
The United States-based Security Industry Association (SIA) has rejected calls for ending the use of face recognition technology by law enforcement agencies and has released new policy principles guiding the development and deployment of facial recognition solutions. According to the...
Submitted on May 31, 2019 | John Adams
PRESSURE to regulate face recognition technology demands the electronic security industry adopt a coherent, thoughtful position based respect for privacy, while continuing to leverage a technology with considerable operational benefits. Whether the right balance can be struck is an open...
Submitted on March 18, 2018 | John Adams
BGW Technologies is now distributing facial recognition solutions from Brisbane-based Imagus, a developer of advanced intelligent surveillance, image analysis and computer vision technologies. Working with Imagus means having access to international expertise and leading image and face processing technologies that...
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