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Who is really being watched by police body cameras?

by Bennett Purser and Kimberly Adams Nov 12, 2019
With new facial recognition technology, a tool to surveil the police may be changing its target, Sidney Fussell of The Atlantic says.
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The problem of governments using facial recognition software

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour May 24, 2018
"They know both the question and the answer," one CEO says.
A display shows a facial recognition system for law enforcement during the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference in Washington, D.C., in 2017.
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What rules exist around our faces, and how are they tracked?

by Molly Wood and Stephanie Hughes Apr 18, 2018
As Facebook faces a lawsuit over its facial recognition technology, a look at the rules around our biometric data.
Automatic facial recognition technologies are tested at the Suedkreuz train station in Berlin in December.
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Why facial recognition software has trouble recognizing people of color

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 13, 2018
"Data reflects our history, and our history has been very biased to date," MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini says.
Passersby walk under a surveillance camera that is part of a facial recognition technology test at Berlin's Suedkreuz train station in 2017.
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Facial Recognition: An Eventuality

by Kai Ryssdal and Austin Cross Jun 23, 2015
Tracking technology companies will "ask for forgiveness, not permission."

Facebook is spending $60 million to recognize your face

by Molly Wood Jun 20, 2012
The social giant bets big on facial recognition software, but what is it using that information for?

Did Alec Baldwin really need to stop playing Words With Friends?

by Molly Wood Dec 9, 2011
How important is it to turn off gizmos on a plane?

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Hulu rolls out facial recognition

by John Moe Dec 8, 2011
Where do you know that actor from?
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Ice Cream Sandwich debuts

by John Moe Oct 19, 2011
"We wanted to have the most advanced operating system we could build combined with the stupidest name imaginable," a Google spokesperson didn't...
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Cops will see if your face rings a bell

by John Moe Jul 13, 2011
Facial recognition software could roll out to police in the U.S. as soon as this fall. A device that attaches to an iPhone can snap a picture, up...