Facial recognition for attendance and access control... http://www.totalitech.com/product-category/biometric-attendance/face-recognition/

Facial recognition for attendance and access control... http://www.totalitech.com/product-category/biometric-attendance/face-recognition/

How to camouflage yourself from facial recognition technology (For Future Reference)

How to camouflage yourself from facial recognition technology

How to camouflage yourself from facial recognition technology (For Future Reference)

An image of a Hyperface pattern, specifically created to contain thousands of facial recognition hits.

Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition

An image of a Hyperface pattern, specifically created to contain thousands of facial recognition hits.

Facial Recognition Technology Can Now Put Your Words Into The Mouth Of Anyone

New Digital Face Manipulation Means You Can’t Trust Video Anymore

Facial Recognition Technology Can Now Put Your Words Into The Mouth Of Anyone

Contact Lens for 2020 - feature facial recognition, thermal camera, wireless connection to computer, virtual reality, GPS, cell phone, weather, Internet, low light & night vision

The Future of Contact Lenses

Contact Lens for 2020 - feature facial recognition, thermal camera, wireless connection to computer, virtual reality, GPS, cell phone, weather, Internet, low light & night vision

A new report catalogues the sweeping scope and shoddy safeguards of U.S. law enforcement's facial recognition tools.

Cops have a database of 117M faces. You’re probably in it

A new report catalogues the sweeping scope and shoddy safeguards of U.S. law enforcement's facial recognition tools.

Apple has been awarded a new patent for facial recognition technology by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, with patent number 8,600,120.  The patent relates to a  Personal computing device control using face detection and recognition. | via Geeky Gadgets

Apple has been awarded a new patent for facial recognition technology by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, with patent number 8,600,120. The patent relates to a Personal computing device control using face detection and recognition. | via Geeky Gadgets

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