Police Catch Woody Harrelson Look-Alike Using Facial Recognition

Police Catch Woody Harrelson Look-Alike Using Facial Recognition Kristin Houser The NYPD knew their suspect resembled Harrelson, so they uploaded the actor’s photo to identify him. True Detective We already knew police were running photos of unconscious suspects and dead bodies through their facial recognition systems. Now, we can add another strange type of input to that list:…

Facial Recognition Ban Moves To City and County of San Francisco

 Facial Recognition Ban Moves To City and County of San Francisco Commissioner Vote On May 14th by Marc Handelman on May 10, 2019 via Slate author April Glaser, comes word of the coming vote by the Commisionsers of the City and County of San Francisco targeting the curtailment and prohibition of human facial computational recognition systems and surveillance (including many other forms of computational…

Seen and Be Seen: How Facial Recognition Will Change Society

Seen and Be Seen: How Facial Recognition Will Change Society With the number of cameras drastically increasing in our world, facial recognition is rapidly taking flight. Facial recognition is a biometric faceprint, where artificial intelligence maps an individual’s face mathematically. This faceprint is then stored in data. Later, the stored data can be compared with a live…