The Moscow metro has launched what authorities say is the first mass-scale deployment of a facial recognition payment system.
The UK’s Metropolitan Police Service has been authorised to buy and use retrospective facial recognition technology.
To combat discrimination and ensure the right to privacy, MEPs demand strong safeguards when artificial intelligence tools are used in law enforcement.
In an interview with WIRED, CEO Hoan Ton-That said the company has scraped 10 billion photos from the web—and developed new ways to aid police surveillance.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office released a report on Aug. 24, 2021, detailing current and planned use of facial recognition technology.
The artificial intelligence software company uses metrics like age and gender to target highly specific ads to people in public places.
Spanish Data Protection Authority imposed a €2,520,000 fine on Spanish supermarket chain Mercadona, S.A. for unlawful use of a facial recognition system.
Six-month initiative to identify potential deportees used technology that has come under intense scrutiny in recent years.
One school using the facial recognition software saw that a student’s face was captured more than 1,000 times during the week.