Facial recognition technology is advancing at a rate of knots, but there are many concerns around how it is used, especially by law enforcement and governments.
In what can be described as a prime example of a First World Problem, using Face ID to unlock your iPhone is a little trickier now that we’re all wearing facemasks.
When it emerged that FaceApp is owned and developed by a Russian company, alarm bells went off. Your privacy concerns are valid, but perhaps overblown
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With backing from both the government and private sector, this new start-up is already smashing records. Perhaps we should be a little afraid?
There are few things in life worse than when your friend starts tagging you in photos the morning after the night before. That shit can end friendships.
According to new top-secret documents, the National Security Agency is compiling huge numbers of images of people from communications that it intercepts through its global surveillance operations for use in sophisticated facial recognition programs. Dun dun duuuunnnn…
It would seem Facebook is getting scarier and scarier every day. A new technology is being tested that will place a camera outside a building, which will use your Facebook pictures to recognise you and then check you in and offer you a special deal. Cool, or creepy?
Researchers at the University of Manchester’s mobile biometry project have put together a demo application that allows people to use voice and face recognition to log in to Facebook, Twitter and Gmail accounts, which is going to be hell for people with a forgettable face.