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2018-12-21 www.securitymagazine.com 2,285 security bigdata ai iot Cybersecurity artificialintelligence cyberthreats InfoSec dataprivacy CyberAttacks facialRecognition Risk securityoperations 100DaysofCode

Security magazine provides security industry news and trends on video surveillance, cyber security, physical security, security guards, access management and more for security executives and the security industry.
This colorful printed patch makes you pretty much invisible to AI - The Verge

2019-04-23 www.theverge.com 598 ArtificialIntelligence MachineLearning FacialRecognition

Artificial intelligence is being used more and more in surveillance systems. But types of patterns known as "adversarial examples" can fool these AI. In recent research from the university of KU Leuven, students designed a patch that, when worn, means you’re not recognized by AI as a person.
The Present And Future Of Computer Vision

2019-06-27 www.forbes.com 417 deeplearning ComputerVision facialrecognition IoT

The ability of present-day machines to perceive and interpret visual information with astounding accuracy gives us a glimpse of the future of computer vision, where such systems will be able to solve even the most complex visual problems, far surpassing the visual capabilities of humans.
One Month, 500,000 Face Scans: How China Is Using A.I. to Profile a Minority - The New York Times

2019-04-14 www.nytimes.com 351 artificialintelligence machinelearning facialrecognition FaceScans aiethics racialprofiling

In a major ethical leap for the tech world, Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group.
The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It - The New York Times

2020-01-18 www.nytimes.com 291 AI machinelearning FacialRecognition ClearviewAI Facerecognition Cybersecurity Clearview

A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and “might lead to a dystopian future or something,” a backer says.
Artificial intelligence can contribute to a safer world – TechCrunch

2019-08-14 techcrunch.com 279 AI artificialintelligence facialRecognition BlockChain

Matt Ocko Contributor Share on Twitter Matt Ocko is co-Managing Partner and co-founder of DCVC (Data Collective). Alan Cohen Contributor Share on Twitter Alan Cohen is an operating partner at DCVC. We all see the headlines nearly every day. A drone disrupting the airspace in one of the world’s busiest airports, putting aircraft at risk […]
60 Minutes: Facial and emotional recognition; how one man is advancing artificial intelligence - CBS News

2019-01-14 www.cbsnews.com 259 AI China facialrecognition

Scott Pelley reports on the developments in artificial intelligence brought about by venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee’s investments and China's effort to dominate the AI field
Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Is Just a Harmless Meme—Right?

2019-01-16 www.wired.com 253 ai 10yearchallenge FacialRecognition cybersecurity

Opinion: The 2009 vs. 2019 profile picture trend may or may not have been a data collection ruse to train its facial recognition algorithm. But we can't afford to blithely play along.
AI can read your emotions. Should it?

2019-08-17 www.theguardian.com 251 BigData facialrecognition

Advertisers, tech giants and border forces are using mind-reading software to read and respond to our moods – whether we like it or not
Facial Recognition Is Accurate, if You’re a White Guy - The New York Times

2018-02-09 www.nytimes.com 248 bigdata machinelearning facialrecognition artificialintelligence bias

Commercial software is nearly flawless at telling the gender of white men, a new study says. But not so for darker-skinned women.
Facial Recognition Tech Is Growing Stronger, Thanks to Your Face - The New York Times

2019-07-13 www.nytimes.com 238 machinelearning FacialRecognition BigData

Large databases, built with images from social networks and dating services, contain millions of pictures of people’s faces. Some are shared worldwide.
Facebook researchers trained AI to fool facial recognition systems - The Verge

2019-10-26 www.theverge.com 230 IoT Facialrecognition

According to VentureBeat, Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has developed a state-of-the-art "de-identification" system that works on video, including even live video. It works by altering key facial features of a video subject in real time using machine learning, to trick a facial recognition system into improperly identifying the subject.
AI is accelerating the move to a touchless world - TechRepublic

2020-07-21 www.techrepublic.com 195 AI VoiceAssistants FacialRecognition

A new global survey shows an increased use of voice assistants, chatbots, digital auto showrooms, and facial recognition that is expected to continue beyond the pandemic.
The 7 Most Dangerous Technology Trends In 2020 Everyone Should Know About

2019-09-23 www.forbes.com 182 FacialRecognition AI cybersecurity IoT

There are always two sides to innovation—positive benefits and potential dangers. Along with the many positive applications of the latest technology that include conveniences, efficiency, and effectiveness, there are dangers to be aware of and plan for.
Wrongfully Accused by an Algorithm - The New York Times

2020-06-24 www.nytimes.com 179 FacialRecognition MachineLearning ArtificialIntelligence

In what may be the first known case of its kind, a faulty facial recognition match led to a Michigan man’s arrest for a crime he did not commit.
AI, facial recognition, and ethics: Will this new tech invade public privacy? – TechTalks

2020-03-19 bdtechtalks.com 166 facialRecognition bigData

We live in an age where we have unprecedented access to almost any information we need. With the emergence of new technology like artificial intelligence (AI), facial recognition, big data and more, the human experience is being changed forever. Almost anything you need is just a tap away; but this access comes at a price—data…
Sleepwalkers Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Is Watching Us and Judging Us

2019-12-01 www.wired.com 158 MachineLearning facialrecognition

In China, ubiquitous cameras surveil restive minorities. In the US, algorithms determine whether people get locked up.
Weaponized AI and facial recognition enter the hacking world

2018-08-08 www.csoonline.com 118 FacialRecognition

Your face could trigger a DeepLocker AI-powered malware attack or be used by Social Mapper to track you across social media sites.
Facial recognition and AI could help identify rare genetic disorders - The Verge

2019-01-15 www.theverge.com 116 bigdata FacialRecognition insurtech

Rare genetic disorders are collectively common, affecting some 8 percent of the population. They also have distinct facial characteristics, which research suggests could be quickly identified with the help of AI and facial recognition.