Facial recognition technology may not be as accurate as some people think and the U.S. Congress is likely to introduce bipartisan legislation to limit how the technology can be used, and by whom.
Society is finally starting to wake up to the immense privacy implications of real-time facial recognition surveillance as seen in the latest developments in San Francisco, London and the White House.
Is facial recognition software secure by design? A question rarely asked is “how safe is the infrastructure that holds and processes all this data?” As long as organizations refuse to audit the security of their suppliers, facial recognition software will remain inherently unsafe, especially in the hands of the police.
We look at the ease of use, reliability and strength of Apple's iPhone X new Face ID security feature. Should you keep your face (password) to yourself?
Use of facial recognition technology is growing in both public and private sectors amid increasing concerns over data privacy and mass surveillance.