Facial recognition helps mom and dad see kids' camp photos, raises privacy concerns for some

More than 100 summer camps have added a high-tech solution feature are using facial recognition technology to help parents catch a glimpse of their kids when they’re away at camp, a convenience that also raises privacy concerns over the increasing reach of surveillance in society.

     

 

 


Source: USA Today

Microsoft calls for facial recognition technology rules given 'potential for abuse'

  1. Microsoft calls for facial recognition technology rules given ‘potential for abuse’  Fox News
  2. Microsoft wants facial recognition technology regulated  iTnews
  3. Microsoft calls for government regulation to prevent abuse of facial recognition tech – The Telegraph  Nigerian Bulletin
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Microsoft advocates for government regulation of facial-recognition technology

  1. Microsoft advocates for government regulation of facial-recognition technology  ZDNet
  2. Microsoft Seeks Regulation of Facial Recognition Technology  U.S. News & World Report
  3. Microsoft calls for regulation of facial recognition, saying it’s too risky to leave to tech industry alone  Washington Post
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As facial recognition technology becomes pervasive, Microsoft (yes, Microsoft) issues a call for regulation

  1. As facial recognition technology becomes pervasive, Microsoft (yes, Microsoft) issues a call for regulation  TechCrunch
  2. Microsoft seeks regulation of facial recognition technology  Nasdaq
  3. Microsoft says it doesn’t work on ICE facial recognition and calls for regulation  The Verge
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Police used facial recognition to identify the Capital Gazette shooter. Here's how it works

  1. Police used facial recognition to identify the Capital Gazette shooter. Here’s how it works  CNN
  2. Trump: ‘Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked’  Yahoo News
  3. Journalists took to social media during — and after — deadly shooting in newsroom  CBS News
  4. Capital Gazette gunman was identified using facial recognition technology that’s been controversial  USA TODAY
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors: Bye Bye, Iris Scanner — Hello 3D Face Recognition And In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors: Bye Bye, Iris Scanner — Hello 3D Face Recognition And In-Display Fingerprint Sensor  Tech Times
  2. Samsung Galaxy J8 Firmware Hints At Imminent Global Launch  Android Headlines
  3. Samsung Android Go: significant change but too little, too late  SlashGear
  4. Galaxy Note 9 release date, specs and price: Upgraded S Pen tipped to feature Bluetooth connectivity  The INQUIRER
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