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Disney turns to AI to track filmgoers’ true feelings about its films

Movie studios have a long tradition of testing out new films to see how audiences react before launching them in wide release. But with their latest research innovation — one based on artificial intelligence — Disney is taking it to a whole new level.

Source: Watching you, watching it: Disney turns to AI to track filmgoers’ true feelings about its films – Technology & Science – CBC News

D-ID’s tech protects your privacy by confounding face recognition algorithms

Unless you literally wear a mask all the time, it is almost impossible to completely avoid cameras and face recognition technology. Not only is this a privacy concern, but it also presents a potential liability for companies that need to protect personal data. D-ID, a startup currently taking part in Y Combinator, wants to solve the problem with tools that process images to make them unrecognizable to face recognition algorithms, but still look similar to the original picture.

Source: D-ID’s tech protects your privacy by confounding face recognition algorithms | TechCrunch

Germany to test face recognition software in terror fight

Germany will start testing facial recognition software at a Berlin train station this summer which could help police identify and locate terror suspects more quickly, a minister said on Saturday.

Source: Germany to test face recognition software in terror fight – The Local

You Cannot Encrypt Your Face

Ability to dissent and to do it anonymously was central to fight for independence and founding of the United States. However, latest facial recognition technology, used to fight crime, may eliminate people’s ability to be anonymous. It tracks our body, not devices we use, and is able to identify us from far away and without us knowing it.

Source: You Cannot Encrypt Your Face

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