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Australia considers deploying Unisys facial recognition technology for social media checks at airports

Australia’s Department of Home Affairs is considering using Unisys LineSight, which uses facial recognition to search the internet, watchlists, criminal…

 

New York transit authority facial recognition deployment rolls out amid criticism

New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has begun testing facial recognition technology that can identify drivers and passengers on cameras…

 

Malta considers CCTV with facial recognition to curb antisocial behavior

In a recent radio interview, Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that CCTV cameras complete with facial recognition software could…

 

Academic researchers develop method for improving facial recognition accuracy with poor image quality

Research by psychologists from the UK and Australia suggests that the accuracy of facial recognition using images from poor quality…

 

CyberExtruder showcasing new active suspect tracking feature at GSX 2018

CyberExtruder will join partners OnSSI and Milestone Systems next week at Global Security Exchange 2018 in Las Vegas. The company…

 

Many paths to similar goals in state and local law enforcement biometrics

While biometrics are constantly being applied to new uses, and new modalities and methods are being introduced, identifying criminals through…

 

U.S. House passes bill to expand biometric technology, training, data sharing with foreign partners

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bipartisan bill to share biometric technology, training, and data with allied countries…

 

Indian government agencies plan to add facial recognition to social media monitoring

India’s Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh says the country’s security agencies are attempting to use facial recognition to monitor individual’s…

 

Facial recognition nets first imposter at U.S. airport

Facial recognition has resulted in the identification and detention of an individual attempting to enter the United States with an…

 

Xloong AR glasses enable Chinese police using to cross-reference faces against the national database

Chinese startup Xloong is providing AR glasses to six local public security bureaus in the country to enable police to…

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