One school using the facial recognition software saw that a student’s face was captured more than 1,000 times during the week.
ID.me’s CEO says unemployment fraud is costing taxpayers $400 billion, but his own company is denying claims because of problems with its tech, users say.
The Baltimore City Council recently passed an ordinance, in a vote of 13-2, barring the use of facial recognition technology by city residents, businesses, and most of the city government (excluding the city police department) until December 2022.
The FBI, U.S. Park Police, and other agencies used the technology during the height of 2020’s protests, according to a new government watchdog report.
A bill touted as the country’s strictest statewide regulation on the use of facial recognition technology has become law in Maine.
Investors and activists are presenting Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter with a list of shareholder resolutions this week.
Queueing at passport controls could become a thing of the past under plans for fully automated border checks.
Amazon.com is extending until further notice a moratorium it imposed last year on police use of its facial recognition software.