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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…

 

2024 holds more talk, more hope, more finger-pointing on AI regulation

At least in its earliest days, 2024 looks like it will be the success that last year was in terms…

 

MIT experts weigh in on how to govern AI and the risks it brings

As what is popularly called artificial intelligence or AI becomes ever-more integrated into society, a spectrum of views is emerging…

 

Lithuania’s communications regulator becomes supervisor of digital ID service providers

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Lithuania (RRT) is now the country’s official supervisory body for qualified electronic identification (eID) service…

 

Biometrics applications rebalanced in 2023 to address questions about age and liveness

The increasingly rapid growth of biometrics deployments and digital identities issued makes the field both challenging and rewarding to cover….

 

UK Data Protection Bill advances despite warnings on AI, alignment with EU

The UK Data Protection and Digital Information Bill has advanced to the committee stage for a line-by-line examination following a…

 

Rite Aid’s proposed biometrics ban would sideline it for 5 years

A proposed U.S. regulatory settlement between Rite Aid and the Federal Trade Commission would sideline the national pharmacy chain in…

 

Advocates push privacy framework for extended-reality industry

Biometrics-heavy augmented-reality could be nearing a Wild West period, when development outpaces regulations or even commonsense safety policies. But it…

 

Panel explores how to do age assurance and in the face of ‘legislative tsunami’

Age assurance technologies have become an issue of global concern, with consequent regulatory disorder. In “Getting Age Assurance Right,” a…

 

UK appoints lame duck Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner

UK Home Secretary James Cleverly has appointed Tony Eastaugh as the new Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner. Eastaugh’s previous roles…

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