Need India-specific data to properly implement facial recognition tech: Infosys co-founder
As India plans to roll out a nationwide facial rec...
Face recognition app to be used in Telangana Municipal polls on pilot basis
In a first-of-its-kind in India, the Telangana State Election Com...
China facial recognition case puts Big Brother on trial
Facial-recognition technology has become embedded in China, from airports to hotels, e-commerce sites and even public toilets, but a law professor had enough when asked to scan his face at a safari park.
View: From protests to chai, facial recognition is creeping up on us
Just last month, newspapers reported that Delhi Police used facial recognition to identify “habitual protestors” and “rowdy elements”. At the PM’s rally on December 22, it was used to deny entry to “miscreants who could raise slogans and banners”.
Facial recognition for cows: Why is Mooofarm giving cattle a digital identity?
Agritech startup Mooofarm claims to have 95% accuracy in distinguishing one cow from the other.
Ola to expand 'Guardian' safety feature to 17 cities in India, Australia
Ola said it also conducts mandatory verification through stringent criminal records checks as well as mandatory online training for drivers that includes modules like customer service and etiquette, platform usage, partner support, defensive driving amongst others.
For your eyes only: Pixel 4's security glitch unlocks phone even when owner is sleeping
The glitch is likely to be fixed by an upcoming software update.
For the sake of privacy: Facebook new AI tool changes facial features, prevents identification of people
The system works to prevent privacy breach that facial recognition system may lead to.
Delhi airport to start trial run of facial recognition system from Friday
After successful completion of the trial, the DIAL said this facial recognition facility would be officially launched at Terminal 3, and subsequently at other terminals of Delhi airport.
‘IT services & tech startups help put India on the AI path’
For artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to run on big data, Indian companies require technology that will digitise and store data. Industry is now increasingly adopting this infrastructure. Since legacy systems are slow to change, they are the laggards.
Travel with tech: Soon, facial recognition system will replace boarding passes at airports
The ‘Digi Yatra’ aims at enabling paperless travel.
Activists upset with Jeff Bezos for working on a plan to regulate face recognition
Regulations for face recognition technology did not go well with the civil rights groups.
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