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Facial recognition has no checks, and that’s bad news for our privacy
At my bodega down the block, photos of shoplifters sometimes litter the windows, a warning to would-be thieves that they're being watched. Those unofficial wanted posters come and go, as incidents ...

Facial Injectors Industry Analysis 2019 To Explore New Business Opportunities, Growth Rate, Development Trend and Forecast By 2023
Mar 20, 2019 (AB Digital via COMTEX) -- The Global Facial Injectors Market is projecting upward growth trajectory on account of increasing demand for facial aesthetic treatments and increasing ...

Facial recognition: Apple, Amazon, Google and the race for your face
Facial recognition is a blossoming field of technology that is at once exciting and problematic. If you've ever unlocked your iPhone by looking at it, or asked Facebook or Google to go through an ...

Facial recognition technology could make airports safer and
Spokane International Airport’s CEO Larry Krauter said it’s too early to determine the government’s plan to utilize facial recognition at international airports. The technology could someday improve ...

New facial bone may someday be grown from patient's rib
Scientists have developed a way to grow live bone using a rib and a 3D mold in animal studies, and they say their technique could offer a new way to treat severe head and facial injuries. The ...

The Technology 202: Government using photos of visa applicants, dead people to test facial recognition software
People know that the U.S. government has their photo when they apply for a visa -- or are arrested. But they likely don't know that the government could also be using those pictures to test facial ...

What's Next: Finding Our Privacy in the IOT + Botnets are Back + Facial Recognition v. Copyright Law
Welcome back to What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. Today, we chat with Stanford’s Jennifer King about the Internet of Things and what it means for the future of ...

Chinese facial recognition unicorn Megvii reportedly considering IPO on New York Stock Exchange
Megvii is considering its options for an initial public offering which could bring in up to $800 million to support the expansion of its facial biometrics business, including whether to list its ...

Detecting changes in facial temperature induced by a sudden auditory stimulus based on deep learning-assisted face tracking
Thermal Imaging (Infrared-Imaging-IRI) is a promising new technique for psychophysiological research and application. Unlike traditional physiological measures (like skin conductance and heart rate), ...

4 Facial Massages You Can Do Every Day
One of the biggest trends in skin care right now? Facial massages. And good news: You don’t have to plunk down a paycheck for a spa treatment when you want those magical depuffing and sculpting ...

Future Tense Newsletter: This Government Facial Recognition System May Be Using Your Photo
Thought all the revelations about Facebook scanning user photos or IBM quietly scraping images from sites like Flickr to help power their facial recognition systems were bad? It gets worse.

Facial recognition overkill: How deputies cracked a $12 shoplifting case
On a Saturday afternoon in late November 2017, a woman walked into a Wilco Farm store in Oregon, stuffed a $130 pair of Georgia Boots in her purse and walked out. About 24 hours later, she turned ...