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Intel launches RealSense ID camera system for on-device facial recognition

Intel expanded its family of RealSense 3D cameras with an on-device system for facial recognition. Intel said its new RealSense ID camera system combines an active depth sensor with a specialized neural network designed to perform facial authentication on consumer-facing devices such as point-of-sale systems, ATMs and kiosks.

Intel’s RealSense 3D technology uses cameras to measure depth and enable computing systems to read facial expressions and gestures. This latest RealSense ID system takes that core technology and packages it in a way that makes it easier to use in retail and secure access control scenarios.

Source: Intel launches RealSense ID camera system for on-device facial recognition | ZDNet

Intel launches online portal for consultation on its US federal privacy law

Intel has now become the latest entity to throw its proposal into the ring. The tech company has released a draft bill for a federal law it hopes would regulate consumer privacy without impacting innovation. Intel did not just release a draft bill, however, but also an online portal where, until Nov. 19, privacy professionals and the public can discuss the merits of the proposed rules and where improvements could be made.

Full article: Intel launches online portal for consultation on its US federal privacy law

Intel released a paper on Privacy and Artificial Intelligence

During the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, Intel released a paper on Protecting Individuals’ Privacy and Data in the Artificial Intelligence World. Due to advances in computing power, data collection and analytics, many technologies are able to make autonomous determinations in near-real time – a capability that has implications for privacy. In its paper Intel makes six policy recommendations for privacy in the age of AI.

Source: Rethinking Privacy in the Age of AI – Policy@Intel

Intel CEO Refuses To Answer Questions On Whether NSA Can Access Processors

During a Q&A in which he’d promised to answer any questions put to him, The CEO of computer chip company Intel stayed silent when asked about NSA spying.

Source: Intel CEO Refuses To Answer Questions On Whether NSA Can Access Processors » Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!

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