Topic: Facial Recognition
Infineon Technologies AG and Qualcomm Technologies Inc. have teamed to develop a reference design for 3D authentication.
Demands for greater positional and navigational accuracy in more computing applications point to a bright future for 3D camera supplier Orbbecc.
Mordor Intelligence reports that the facial recognition market was valued at $4.51 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach $9.06 billion by 2024.
Responding to a wave of negative publicity, the Department of Homeland Security will not expand facial recognition to U.S. citizens.
Congress banned government purchases of Chinese cameras last year, but many thousands remain in place.
Ukraine-based Ring researchers have used customer data to develop image recognition software.
China’s most surveilled city has 168 cameras per 1,000 people
California could approve three-year moratorium on facial recognition on body cams
California's state Senate has approved a bill to ban the use of facial recognition, with part of the impetus possibly the American Civil Liberties Union finding the technology incorrectly matched 28 members of Congress who had been arrested.
Several TSA facial recognition tests have taken place, starting in 2017 at JFK, then LAX and now Atlanta.