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Biometrics Institute US Online Conference 2020 delves into industry challenges from innovation to ethics

Biometrics experts from NIST, the FBI, the United Nations, industry and academic leaders and privacy advocates are gathering online this…

 

IBM calls for export controls on some facial biometrics technologies to prevent human rights abuses

Biometric facial recognition exports from the U.S. should be subject to new controls, IBM argues, to avoid putting the powerful…

 

Misunderstandings in biometrics targeted by EAB and EU regulator collaboration

Data protection regulators in Europe have been receptive to the European Association for Biometrics (EAB) as the organization addresses common misconceptions…

 

Banning won’t give facial recognition a conscience, but research and informed regulation might

Attempts to tame biometric facial recognition systems by banning them will only result in new problems, according to a global…

 

ID4Africa calls on Facebook to settle face biometrics bias question through NIST testing

The presence of demographic differences in face biometrics performance has dogged increasingly dogged the modality, and been referred to in…

 

E&Y sees troubling ethics priority gap between execs and pols on facial recognition

Biometric facial recognition, viewed through an ethics lens, looks markedly different to policy makers and business executives, according to a…

 

AI regrets, Google has had a few … so it’s selling that experience to developers

Google executives reportedly have agreed to begin selling the company’s insights into developing AI products. Is there no more revenue…

 

Deep Learning 2.0 Virtual Summit

Deep Learning 2.0 Virtual Summit Online January 28 – 29, 2021 Discover the latest technical advancements and business applications in…

 

Professor asks ‘who thought face biometrics were a good idea?’

The second wave of algorithmic accountability, as identified by legal scholar Frank Pasquale, entails asking if facial recognition and other…

 

GAO reviews facial biometrics as SIA launches principles for ethical use

The global market for biometric facial recognition is forecast to reach $20.63 billion by 2030, on a 17.2 percent annual…

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