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UK university to investigate AI in policing

The UK police have been ramping up the use of facial recognition, biometric data and artificial intelligence with plans to…

 

NIST in the spotlight for facial recognition standards; some say it’s too much

When will the U.S.’ chief standards organization reach a limit in what it can do to give the facial recognition…

 

Work on ethical commercial biometrics use starts early and never ends

Considerations for businesses to ensure their use of biometrics is responsible and ethical begin with an assessment of whether the…

 

On-demand webinar: Responsible and ethical commercial biometrics

The ethical responsibilities of businesses deploying biometrics for commercial purposes are, in some cases, encoded in laws and regulations. Getting…

 

IUSSP launches initiative to address ethics in biometric population registration

The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) has announced an initiative to establish interdisciplinary dialogues and policy…

 

DNA collection from Chinese minority groups for biometrics research raises alarms

Information has emerged that the collection of DNA samples from over 200 Uyghurs and Kazakh people – each groups of…

 

Responsible and ethical commercial biometrics

Responsible and ethical commercial biometrics Online January 17, 2023, 12:30pm EST The ethical responsibilities of businesses deploying biometrics for commercial…

 

Can criminal investigations rely on AI?

By Ján Lunter, CEO of Innovatrics Incorporating AI technologies in criminal investigation can expedite the process, generate high-quality leads, and enhance…

 

AI ethics board in US DOJ would advise on facial recognition deployment

It’s difficult to know if news of an AI compliance board in the U.S. government is progress or more hand-waving….

 

Can facial recognition be justified for espionage in war?

With major global military conflicts asserting themselves into the story of the twenty-first century, a parallel debate is being waged…

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