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Teen sues Apple for $1B after its facial recognition software led to his false arrest
An 18-year-old New York student has slapped Apple with a $1 billion lawsuit after he says the company’s facial recognition software led to his false arrest. Continue Reading Below The suit filed ...

Teen Sues Apple For $1 Billion Over Facial-Recognition Arrest
NEW YORK (CBS Local) — A New York student is suing Apple for $1 billion, claiming the tech giant’s facial-recognition software wrongly linked him to a series of thefts from Apple stores.

Teen hits Apple with $1B lawsuit over facial-recognition arrest
An 18-year-old New Yorker filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple on Monday, claiming its facial-recognition software incorrectly linked him to thefts at several stores. Ousmane Bah was busted by ...

Apple facial recognition tech prompts student to sue for $1 billion after false arrest
In a case of apparently mistaken identity, a student has decided to sue Apple for $1 billion after the firm's facial recognition technology pointed the finger at him for a number of thefts at Apple ...

Facial Recognition Is Here To Stay
This past weekend the New York Times published a fascinating look at just how commoditized facial recognition has become, hooking up a set of public park surveillance cameras to Amazon’s commercial ...

Teen sues Apple for $1B, blames facial recognition for wrongful arrests
NEW YORK (KTVU) - A young man from New York is suing Apple for $1 billion, claiming that a facial recognition system falsely connected him to a series of thefts, which caused him great humiliation, a ...

A teen is suing Apple for $1 billion and claims its facial recognition led to his false arrest
An 18-year-old is suing Apple for $1 billion following a "traumatic" wrongful arrest, which he claims was a result of misidentification by Apple's facial recognition software. We first heard of the ...

This Facial Cleaning Brush Will Transform Your Skin
Makeup-removing wipes are wasteful, and they're not always particularly gentle on your skin. What you should be using instead is the LUNA play plus: A tiny but mighty facial cleaning brush that ...

Teen’s $1B suit claims Apple’s facial recognition software led to false arrest
He’s trying to save face. A New York man filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple, claiming the tech giant’s facial-recognition software wrongly blamed him for stealing from Apple stores. Ousmane Bah, ...

Facial Recognition Market 2019-2024 Segmentation by Product Types, Application and Key Competitors
Apr 23, 2019 (The Expresswire via COMTEX) -- Facial Recognition Market Report Size 2018, Market Benefits, Forthcoming Developments, Business Opportunities & Future Investments Global Facial ...

Uber faces racism claim over facial recognition software
Uber has been accused of discrimination by a black driver who said he was barred from the app because the facial recognition software did not recognise him. In a case filed under civil rights law, ...

Facial recognition creeps up on a JetBlue passenger and she hates it
"There's nothing to worry about." Every time I hear those words, I start worrying. This may be because I've heard them uttered a little too often by tech CEOs who are subsequently shown to enjoy all ...