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Rights group urges more transparency from biometric surveillance vendors in LatAm

Digital rights group Access Now urged biometric surveillance companies operating in Latin America for more transparency after presenting a new…

 

Debate over AI risks heats up on both sides of the Atlantic

As the European Union edges towards its spring deadline for finalizing the Artificial Intelligence Act and the U.S. Congress examines…

 

Study finds factors behind a society’s acceptance of biometric surveillance

Wondering if your neighbors will support government use of facial recognition surveillance? A new study of four of the world’s…

 

EU preparing tough measures for AI, while UK and US take a slow approach

The European Parliament is preparing tough new measures over the use of artificial intelligence, including facial recognition, as it edges…

 

AVPA responds to EFF report on age verification

As more U.S. states consider laws to require proof of age before accessing websites with a certain level of content…

 

Studies show US police facial recognition use is advancing without thinking through harms

Two new studies on facial recognition and policing in the southern seaboard of the U.S. do little to increase the…

 

Love robot will make you feel seen with CyberLink facial recognition

Discussions about facial recognition often focus on how it might make people feel uncomfortable, but CyberLink is exploring if it…

 

US allegedly developing domestic biometric surveillance; opposition mounts

Reaction has been swift to news that elements of the U.S. government have been collaborating with academic researchers on biometric…

 

Herta earns top honors at MWC23 Hackathon

At the MWC23 Hackathon, Herta won first prize for applying privacy and ethical principles to facial recognition technology. The Mobile…

 

More talk about ethical AI but it’s still mostly just talk

In a rare conjunction, February has seen formal global, national, regional and intensely local discussions, independent of each other, about…

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