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Shutterfly calls for dismissal of lawsuit involving facial recognition database

Shutterfly is requesting a federal judge in Illinois to throw out a lawsuit that alleges the photo-book service is violating…

 

Netchoice calls NTIA facial recognition meeting “extremely productive”

NetChoice, an association of eCommerce businesses and online consumers, called last week’s National Telecommunications & Information Administration’s facial recognition meeting…

 

NEC releases new version of facial recognition, sponsors IAI Educational event

NEC Corporation of America (NEC) announced it has released the latest version of NeoFace, the facial recognition algorithm that performed…

 

South Korean credit card issuer BC Card to adopt biometric identification

Next month, South Korean credit card firm BC Card will become the first local financial institution to provide a biometric…

 

MorphoTrak to offer vendor-independent training in face comparison

MorphoTrak will begin offering vendor-independent training in face comparison, in which it will instruct individuals about computer-aided face recognition and…

 

Japan grants Kyrgyzstan biometrics technology

Japan is donating about $6 million worth of biometric technology equipment to aid in a biometric registration project for citizens….

 

NEXT Biometrics receives $100,000 USD order

NEXT Biometrics has received an order in the US market valued at $100,000 USD for its recently developed module, the…

 

UK police call facial recognition trial at music festival a success

Police in Leicestershire, UK have called the trial use of facial recognition software at a major music festival a success,…

 

UNHCR issues biometric ID cards to 3,400 refugees in South Sudan

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and South Sudan’s Commission for Refugee Affairs (CRA) announced they have jointly…

 

Virginia Commonwealth University to introduce iris recognition ID system for dining hall

Virginia Commonwealth University has installed two iris recognition cameras that will allow students with meal plans to access the dining…

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