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Apple Could Take Samsung by Surprise with Full-Screen Touch ID on 2020 iPhone

apple could take samsung by surprise with full-screen touch id on 2020 iphone
Apple abandoned the fingerprint reader, officially known as Touch ID, with the debut of the iPhone X, with the company instead betting all-in on facial recognition, or Face ID, as the exclusive..
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Amazon facial recognition ban won just 2 per cent of shareholder vote

Some 2.4per cent of votes were in favour of the ban. A second proposal that called for a study of the extent to which Amazon`s "Recognition" service harmed civil rights and privacy garnered 27.5..
Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters IndiaReuters

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Automatic facial recognition challenged in UK court [Video]Automatic facial recognition challenged in UK court

Civil liberties groups are most concerned by its use in public spaces to scan law-abiding citizens.

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Despite Growing Concern, Amazon Shareholders Reject Limits to Facial Recognition System [Video]Despite Growing Concern, Amazon Shareholders Reject Limits to Facial Recognition System

Amazon shareholders rejected two proposals that would put limitations on its ability to sell facial recognition software, despite growing concern over the technology from the government and civil..

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Tech Report 05232019 [Video]Tech Report 05232019

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Calls Out Racial Bias In Facial Recognition Technology [Video]Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Calls Out Racial Bias In Facial Recognition Technology

At a congressional hearing, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tackled how the use of facial recognition technology can “exacerbate” racial bias in the criminal justice system.

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Amazon will continue to sell facial recognition software [Video]Amazon will continue to sell facial recognition software

Amazon won the right to continue to sell controversial facial recognition software.

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Amazon Will Continue To Sell Facial Recognition Software [Video]Amazon Will Continue To Sell Facial Recognition Software

Amazon won the right to continue to sell controversial facial recognition software. Two shareholder proposals about the software were voted down at the company's shareholder meeting on Wednesday. One..

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Amazon shareholders reject proposal regarding facial recognition [Video]Amazon shareholders reject proposal regarding facial recognition

Amazon announced that its shareholders rejected the proposal to curb and audit its facial recognition service. According to Reuters, there is bipartisan support in Congress to one day regulate the..

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Jeff Bezos did not appear on stage during shareholder meeting [Video]Jeff Bezos did not appear on stage during shareholder meeting

During Amazon’s shareholder meeting, employees and investors voted on two proposals that failed to pass. One was banning the selling of facial recognition technology and the other was addressing..

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AOC: Facial Recognition Bad, Abortion Good [Video]AOC: Facial Recognition Bad, Abortion Good

AOC: Facial Recognition Bad, Abortion Good

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Amazon shareholders reject facial recognition ban [Video]Amazon shareholders reject facial recognition ban

Amazon on Wednesday said shareholders rejected proposals to curb and audit its facial recognition service, just as members of Congress indicated there was bipartisan support to one day regulate the..

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Facial recognition usage brings privacy concerns [Video]Facial recognition usage brings privacy concerns

San Diegans could soon be using just their faces to board a plane, a cruise ship or get into a rock concert.

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Jeff Bezos Did Not Appear On Stage During Shareholder Meeting [Video]Jeff Bezos Did Not Appear On Stage During Shareholder Meeting

During Amazon’s shareholder meeting, employees and investors voted on two proposals that failed to pass. One was banning the selling of facial recognition technology and the other was addressing..

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Amazon Shareholders Reject Proposal Regarding Facial Recognition [Video]Amazon Shareholders Reject Proposal Regarding Facial Recognition

Amazon announced that its shareholders rejected the proposal to curb and audit its facial recognition service. According to Reuters, there is bipartisan support in Congress to one day regulate the..

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Amazon investors to vote on facial recognition technology [Video]Amazon investors to vote on facial recognition technology

Shareholders will vote on whether Amazon’s sales of its facial recognition technology to governments threatens civil rights at the tech giant's annual meeting in Seattle on Wednesday. Chris Dignam.

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Woody Harrelson's photo used to catch a thief? [Video]Woody Harrelson's photo used to catch a thief?

Did NYPD use a picture of actor Woody Harrelson to catch a thief using facial recognition software?

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Woody Harrelson's photo used to catch a thief? [Video]Woody Harrelson's photo used to catch a thief?

Did NYPD use a picture of actor Woody Harrelson to catch a thief using facial recognition software?

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U.S. blacklisting of Huawei slams chip stocks [Video]U.S. blacklisting of Huawei slams chip stocks

Shares of U.S. and European chipmakers got hammered Monday amid worries the suppliers of Huawei Technologies may suspend shipments to the Chinese telecom giant. Fred Katayama reports.

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China claims social credit system will 'restore trust' [Video]China claims social credit system will 'restore trust'

A report from China's National Development and Reform Commission published in the Global Times states that authorities are developing security regulations over privacy leak concerns.

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How Celeb Faces Help NYPD's Facial Recognition Technology [Video]How Celeb Faces Help NYPD's Facial Recognition Technology

CBS2's Alice Gainer has the latest on how celebrity faces play a role in the NYPD's facial recognition technology.

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NYPD Use Of Celebrity Lookalike Photos In Facial Recognition Criticized [Video]NYPD Use Of Celebrity Lookalike Photos In Facial Recognition Criticized

The NYPD is facing criticism over its use of celebrity photos in facial recognition practices. A report shows police have used photos of Hollywood stars and even a Knicks player to help track suspects...

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Facial Recognition: What You Should Know [Video]Facial Recognition: What You Should Know

Campaigners have branded facial recognition technology as invasive and inaccurate. They say it is a tool for mass surveillance and disastrous policing. They are calling for an overhaul of the..

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NYPD Under Fire Over Facial Recognition [Video]NYPD Under Fire Over Facial Recognition

The NYPD is facing controversy over the use of celebrity photos in facial recognition software used as a tool to help capture suspects. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the details.

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San Fran picks privacy over surveillance tech [Video]San Fran picks privacy over surveillance tech

Surveillance technology is advancing and spreading to cities around the world, but San Francisco, a major tech hub, has actually moved to slow its roll. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

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Digital Trends Live - 5.15.19 - San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology + Bezos Thinks A Trillion People Can Live In Sp [Video]Digital Trends Live - 5.15.19 - San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology + Bezos Thinks A Trillion People Can Live In Sp

On today's episode: The S.F. Board of Supervisors voted to ban facial recognition technology, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a departure from the company's past, Amazon's new air-cargo hub, Uber has a new mode..

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About a fifth of Amazon’s ownership wanted climate report; few would ban facial recognition tech sales

In 2012, the last time a climate proposal went before Amazon shareholders, 15% of outstanding and entitled shares were voted in favor.
Seattle Times - Published

iPhone XS Max vs. OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus earlier this month unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro, which offers multiple attractive and unique features along with an affordable price tag. MacRumors videographer..
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Global Image Recognition Market Will Reach to USD 39.87 Billion By 2025: Zion Market Research

According to the report, the global image recognition market was around USD 16.85 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach approximately USD 39.87 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of around 18.3% between..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Facial recognition technology to crack down on exam cheating

It sounds like the stuff of a science fiction movie. Universities are turning to new technology, including facial recognition software, to crack down on cheating students.
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Facial recognition leads to fake-passport arrest

A foreigner carrying a fake Malaysian passport was arrested with $500,000 at Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday morning in the first passport-fraud arrest based on biometric facial recognition.
Bangkok Post - Published

Privacy advocates criticize Amazon "Rekognition"

Amazon rejected two proposals at its annual shareholders meeting that would regulate its "Rekognition" software. The meeting came as lawmakers in Washington blasted facial recognition technology for..
CBS News - Published

China's technological controls keep Christians under constant surveillance

Beijing, China, May 23, 2019 / 03:01 pm (CNA).- As the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests approaches, the Chinese Communist Party is utilizing authoritarian tactics old and new to crack..
CNA - Published

Automatic facial recognition challenged in UK court

Collecting biometric data such as facial scans in mass surveillance schemes undermines human rights, say activists.
Al Jazeera - Published

Here are the Huawei products at risk thanks to Trump's ban and the brewing tech Cold War

here are the huawei products at risk thanks to trump's ban and the brewing tech cold war
· Huawei's placement on the US government's trade blacklist will likely require the Chinese tech giant to rethink the way it develops key products across its smartphone, laptop, and wearable..
Business Insider - Published

Police free to set own limits on use of facial recognition because law has not caught up, court told

Court told police forces are relying on 'self-restraint' to limit use of controversial technology
Independent - Published

A dazzling new photo series gives a rare glimpse inside Huawei's surreal Shenzen campus

a dazzling new photo series gives a rare glimpse inside huawei's surreal shenzen campus
· *Chinese tech giant Huawei has become the focus of a geopolitical flashpoint in US-China relations.* · *At a delicate time for the company, Getty photographer Kevin Frayer was given privileged..
Business Insider - Published

Police use of facial recognition cameras 'needs greater regulation'

police use of facial recognition cameras 'needs greater regulation'
A judge heard there was 'serious doubt' whether the existing legal framework around its use was sufficient
Wales Online - Published

Police facial recognition technology rules 'need tightening'

police facial recognition technology rules 'need tightening'
A police force is accused of breaching a man's human rights by photographing him while shopping.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Retailigent Media Exhibit at EXPOPUBLICITAS in Mexico City to Feature VSBLTY’s Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Technology

PHILADELPHIA, May 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp. (CSE: VSBY) (Frankfurt: 5VS) (OTC: VSBGF), a leading retail software and technology company, will be featured in the..
GlobeNewswire - Published

CyberLink to Showcase FaceMe® AI Facial Recognition Engine at Computex 2019

cyberlink to showcase faceme® ai facial recognition engine at computex 2019
TAIPEI, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), a pioneer of AI and facial recognition technologies, will once again be at Computex 2019 from May 28th to June 1st. CyberLink will showcase..
Business Wire - Published

Qualitas Global Announces Further Expansion into Europe, Set to Launch US Office by the End of 2019

qualitas global announces further expansion into europe, set to launch us office by the end of 2019
Qualitas Global, a leading mobile game development and Quality Assurance services firm, is all set to consolidate it’s global position by establishing it’s presence in the US market by the end of..
NewsVoir - Published

10 things in tech you need to know today

10 things in tech you need to know today
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. 1. *UK chipmaker ARM told staff to suspend business with Huawei, according to an internal memo seen by the BBC.* The move could..
Business Insider - Published

Fin24.com | Amazon facial recognition shareholder proposals are voted down

Shareholders also voted down a proposal submitted by employees that called on the company to detail its strategy for coping with climate change.
News24 - Published

Jeff Bezos blew off Amazon employees' proposal at the shareholder's meeting and they were miffed: 'This is not the kind of leadership we need' (AMZN)

jeff bezos blew off amazon employees' proposal at the shareholder's meeting and they were miffed: 'this is not the kind of leadership we need' (amzn)
· Nearly 8,000 employees have signed an open letter asking Amazon to commit to become a climate-change leader instead of a climate change contributor. · They expected to present their ideas directly..
Business Insider - Published

We listened to more than 3 hours of US Congress testimony on facial recognition so you didn't have to go through it


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'Time for a timeout': Big Brother software 'needs restraints before it gets out of control'

'time for a timeout': big brother software 'needs restraints before it gets out of control'
Facial-recognition technology endured fierce resistance in Washington as both Democratic and Republican lawmakers criticised the artificial-intelligence software as a danger to Americans' privacy and..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Amazon rejects facial recognition, climate change proposals

NEW YORK (AP) — Despite pressure from civil rights groups, activist investors and its own employees, Amazon said Wednesday that shareholders at an annual meeting in Seattle voted against proposals..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Amazon shareholders reject banning sale of facial recognition software to law enforcement

Amazon shareholders rejected two proposals to limit sales of its facial recognition technology "Rekognition" to governments and law enforcement.
USATODAY.com - Published

Congress agrees: It's time to regulate facial recognition technology

The first in a series of congressional hearings on [INS: facial recognition :INS] technology took place on Wednesday, and it brought about a rare occurrence in Washington: agreement between Democrats..
Mashable - Published

Facial-recognition will get 'out of control' - experts

facial-recognition will get 'out of control' - experts
Facial-recognition technology endured fierce resistance on both coasts Wednesday, as federal lawmakers and Amazon investors questioned whether the artificial-intelligence software already is posing a..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Facial recognition moratorium receives bipartisan support in Congress

A bipartisan within the U.S. Congress these days expressed plans to draft law to deal with facial reputation device by way of legislation enforcement. Requires a necessity for motion have been heard..
The News Articles - Published

Lawmakers call for regulation of facial recognition tech

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is calling for regulations to restrict the use of facial recognition technology before "it gets out of control," according to the Washington Post. Members of the..
engadget - Published

Amazon shareholders shut down proposal to limit facial recognition sales

Amazon will sell its facial-recognition technology to whomever it damn well pleases thank you very much.  That message was loud and clear Wednesday morning at the company's annual shareholder..
Mashable - Published

Amazon Shareholders Reject Facial Recognition Ban as Concern Grows in US Congress

Amazon.com said shareholders rejected proposals to curb and audit its facial recognition service, just as members of Congress indicated there was bipartisan support to one day regulate the technology.
Newsmax - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Amazon Investors Reject Proposals on Climate Change and Facial Recognition

The resolutions, voted on by shareholders, would have pushed the company to reconsider its societal impact.
NYTimes.com - Published

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