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China has integrated facial recognition in the toilets across the country. Citizens now need WeChat or face scans to get the toilet papers. People will stand in the yellow recognition spot and...
Microsoft is advising governments to legislate a rule in the coming year that needs face recognition technology to be separately experimented to avoid unfair prejudice, make sure accuracy, and defend rights of individuals. In a blog...
In an attempt to convert its capital into an international center for advanced tech and Artificial Intelligence (AI), China inaugurated an intelligent park charged by AI tech on Thursday in Beijing, the state backed Xinhua News...
Kate O'Neill, tech reporter and industry adviser, enquired the real reason behind the social media’s “10-Year-Challenge” in her twitter post and the resulting wired article. She suggested that it is actually an information-gathering...
The FBI is testing Rekognition, an Amazon’s facial recognition software, to examine the pile of surveillance footage videos that the organization regularly gathers in investigations. According to FBI agents, the experiment started in...
On 13th Dec, Google said in a blog post that it will avoid retailing its facial recognition devices till it can set up policies which stop misuse of the debatable tech. The tech titan is collaborating with...
Yesterday, Facebook revealed its maiden consumer electronic devices, Portal and Portal+, built from scratch. Videos and photos published by Facebook friends can be displayed by them and AI-powered video calls using Facebook Messenger are also...
Lenovo has started a suitable automatic store in China, employing it as a testbed for testing e-payment, facial-recognition, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality (AR), and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, with its tablets mimicking store’s...
From Monday, London’s police will integrate face recognition tech as an experiment for two days. In the areas of Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, and Soho in London, the technology will examine crowds’ faces and compare them...
Seven-Eleven Japan is collaborating with NEC to start a cashier free comfort store that utilizes face recognition tech to verify shoppers and examine them. Retail area of Japan urgently needs to advance its totally low production....