Facial Recognition

  • Mark Zuckerberg Introduces Jarvis, His 2016 Personal Challenge

    … with a connected switch. Similarly, I found that connecting a food dispenser for Beast or a grey T-shirt cannon would require hardware modifications to work. On Jarvis’ use of facial-recognition technology, he wrote: To do this, I installed a few cameras at my door that can capture images from all angles. AI systems today cannot identify people from the back…

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  • Facebook Acquires Facial-Image-Analysis Firm FacioMetrics

    … Facebook is focusing on the face with its latest acquisition, facial-image-analysis outfit FacioMetrics. The company was hatched at Carnegie Mellon University, and it released an application that detected emotions in people’s faces, IntraFace, which is no longer available via app stores. FacioMetrics founder and CEO Fernando De la Torre…

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  • What’s Next for Our Weak But Resilient Password System? (Report)

    … from here. Users are still largely engaged in sloppy practices. 8 percent of millennials, 6 percent of Generation X and 4 percent of baby boomers use the same password across all accounts–only 16 percent of users surveyed follow the best practice of a unique password for each account. 25 percent of all respondents had an account compromised…

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  • Photo-Sharing Apps Under Fire for Tagging People in Pictures

    … rules. The image-recognition tools are scanning photographs, not actually biometric face and body scans. It is just identifying people, places and things within vintage photographs. This is different from other uses of biometrics, such as iBeacon, which uses smartphone transmissions to identify people and send them marketing messages. Tagging…

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  • AppLock Protects Android Apps With Face and Voice Biometrics

    … protection levels. The first, a “convenience mode,” will utilize either face or voice recognition to open an app, depending on which is verified first. The second mode, a “TrulySecure” mode, requires both voice and face recognition to open an app. In addition, users can turn on “liveness detection,” which prevents a photo of the user from being used…

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