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More voices on facial recognition heading for the FTC

It looks like the Federal Trade Commission will be fully staffed relatively soon, despite threats by some Senate Republicans to…

 

New voices shame US government, tech leaders for muffing AI lead

Has China, which one generation ago was laughed off as a manufacturing threat to the West, already beat the United…

 

A few governments write accountability policies to guide AI, biometrics

In an encouraging development, government officials are crafting accountability policies for the creation and use of algorithms, including those that…

 

Leaders appointed by digital identity providers and civil society amid busy market

Companies continue to add executives to respond to growing demand for digital ID technologies with Identiv, ImageWare and Okta making…

 

Legal issues on facial recognition from an international perspective

Panel Discussion: Legal issues on facial recognition from an international perspective Online November 18, 2020, 10:00-11:30am EST Following the report…

 

StoneLock GM discusses privacy features in biometric property technology as market heats up

The market for face biometrics as part of “property technology” or “proptech” is heating up, with new solutions, deployments, and…

 

Compendium of biometric case studies with a focus on laws published

A research institute housed out of New York University that focuses on the social implications of AI has published a…

 

Biometric digital health credentials for NHL and London theatre, Privacy International warns of risks

As biometrics and other digital identity technologies are deployed to enable big league sports to resume operations, National Hockey League…

 

Facial recognition needs auditing and ethics standards to be safe, AI Now bias critic argues

The artificial intelligence community needs to begin developing the vocabulary to define and clearly explain the harms the technology can…

 

AI Now calls for ban on affect recognition as market expected to surge to $90B by 2024

Science does not justify the use of biometric “affect recognition,” and the technology should be banned, according to researchers at…

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