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Hackers stole photos of travelers’ faces and license plates collected by the US Customs and Border Protection agency
The agency wouldn't say how many photos had been stolen. But it blamed the breach on a subcontractor, which had transferred the images to its network.
Put away your passports – a new contactless immigration system at Tuas Checkpoint will clear people via iris and facial imaging
All you have to do is take a photo.
LG’s latest flagship phone is a solid alternative to Samsung’s Galaxy S10e, but only if you can get it at a discount
The LG G8 is LG's flagship phone, and it's more like the cheapest of Samsung's new phones. But that's not a bad thing.
The new Galaxy S10 has a fancy new fingerprint sensor — but the old-fashioned version on the cheaper S10e is significantly better
Samsung is using the latest technology for the Galaxy S10's fingerprint sensor, but it doesn't always work as well as older tech.
Microsoft’s CEO says that facial recognition technology can be ‘terrible’ and detrimental to society, even as Amazon sells it to law...
Microsoft has been calling for regulation of facial recognition tech after its arch rival Amazon landed in the hot seat.
Microsoft CEO Brad Smith predicts tech will have to tackle artificial intelligence, US/China relations, state-sponsored cyberattacks, and more.
Microsoft president calls for government regulation of facial-recognition technology to ‘ensure that the year 2024 doesn’t look like a pag...
Microsoft president Brad Smith warned that if government use of facial-recognition tech wasn't regulated, our future could become Orwellian.
ICE officials met with Amazon this summer to discuss using its controversial facial recognition surveillance technology
Amazon met with ICE officials in June to discuss the potential use of its real-time facial recognition surveillance technology known as "Rekognition," according to a report by The Daily Beast. The meeting was held at a McKinsey & Company office in Redwood City, California.
A new Snap patent outlines how the firm could use facial recognition on selfies to determine how people are feeling at an event. The company could then charge companies money for information on the 'aggregate mood' at their events.
Children with autism tend to be unsure of how to navigate social situations. The Google Glass aims to change that.