Intel is using its RealSense tech for facial recognition

Intel is using its RealSense tech for facial recognition

Intel has found another use for its RealSense depth-sensing camera. It married the tech with a neural network to develop a facial recognition system that can enable access to the likes of smart locks and ATMs with only a glance.

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US plans major expansion of facial recognition authority at airports

US plans major expansion of facial recognition authority at airports

US Customs and Border Protection has filed for a significant expansion in its authority to conduct facial recognition at airports.

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Server screw-up exposes Clearview’s facial recognition AI software

Server screw-up exposes Clearview’s facial recognition AI software
The leak also revealed Clearview’s prototype “Insight” camera that has since been discontinued. As TechCrunch showed in a video, SpiderSilk reportedly found 70,000 videos in one storage bucket that were taken from an Insight camera installed in a residential building in Manhattan.
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Server screw-up exposes Clearview’s facial recognition AI software

Server screw-up exposes Clearview’s facial recognition AI software
The leak also revealed Clearview’s prototype “Insight” camera that has since been discontinued. As TechCrunch showed in a video, SpiderSilk reportedly found 70,000 videos in one storage bucket that were taken from an Insight camera installed in a residential building in Manhattan.
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