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‘Never mind’ — Carnegie Mellon after floating facial recognition policy

Carnegie Mellon University officials reportedly have said they have never used facial recognition technology and, after community feedback, have decided…

 

Carnegie Mellon draft policy would allow biometric surveillance on campus

Campus police would be allowed to use biometric surveillance on campus for criminal investigations under a new draft policy. The…

 

AnyVision rebrands as Oosto and widens computer vision safety focus

AnyVision is now known as Oosto, giving the company a blank associative slate on which to build its brand with…

 

Marinus Analytics anti-human trafficking biometrics selected for finals of IBM AI competition

Car­negie Mellon University biometrics and big data spinoff Marinus Analytics has been selected as the lone American finalist for the $5M…

 

Telling your phone you want the rating on this restaurant

A trio of researchers have proposed using a smartphone user’s head as a cursor to help with often spotty voice…

 

CMU researcher says voice recognition can spot Covid-19 cough

At a time when alleged treatments for the novel coronavirus are multiplying like fungi in a Petri dish, it can…

 

3D face reconstructions made with sub-millimeter accuracy using an iPhone

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have used a single iPhone X shooting 20 seconds of two-dimensional video followed by 40 minutes…

 

Biometrics experts discuss voice and face potential, presentation attacks at Israeli Winter School

The Identity and Biometric Applications Unit of Israel’s National Cyber Directorate partnered with the University of Haifa to hold a…

 

Fujitsu, Carnegie Mellon develop AI-based facial expression recognition technology

Japanese company Fujitsu in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science has developed an AI facial expression recognition…

 

Carnegie Mellon professor touts increasing emphasis on ethics and philosophy in AI community

Efforts by computer scientists to understand the impact of artificial intelligence on people and society and to build ethical AI…

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