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India govt blocks plans to procure facial recognition, drones to monitor election

A request by the government of India’s National Informatics Centre (NIC) to acquire surveillance technology including drones and biometrics for…

 

Spread of biometric devices spark fears over surveillance in Serbia, Kosovo

Serbian authorities have been building up their arsenal of drones equipped with advanced capabilities, including those that allow biometric data…

 

Gang violence pushes Sweden to consider face biometrics as surveillance cameras multiply

The Swedish government is rushing to prepare the public for expanded police use of biometric systems including those monitoring from…

 

MSU researchers develop whole-body biometric recognition system with $12M grant

Michigan State University researchers have developed technology for long-range biometric identification, supported by a four-year federal grant from the Intelligence…

 

Outgoing UK commish leaves advice for law enforcement use of biometrics and drones

Professor Fraser Sampson, who recently announced that he will step down as the UK’s Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner at…

 

Futurist says drones with biometrics will be deployed against mass shootings

Futurist and celebrity speaker Thomas Frey is hailing a new solution for the epidemic of mass shootings in the United…

 

US state, Ireland curb police use of facial recognition

The push and pull of police policy governing biometric surveillance has been tugged hard by privacy advocates. Law enforcement in…

 

US military says it can put facial recognition into robot drones

Whenever a radically new technology comes along, someone worries that it will be weaponized and, at least in the United…

 

AI belongs on the street alongside cops, researchers urge

‘RoboCop’ was brutal satire about policing, but a team of researchers at a U.S. national lab may see it as…

 

IARPA awards contracts for whole-body biometric identification

The research and development arm of the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced a tranche of contracts…

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