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King's Cross in London is using facial recognition technology to surveil the tens of thousands of visitors that frequent the site each day, and Canary Wharf is "considering" following suit. Read more
Though facial recognition technology isn't exactly flavor of the month at the moment, it could prove popular among revelers queuing at a busy bar. British data science company DataSparQ has introduced the A.I. Bar service, which helps bar staff decide who needs serving next by putting customers in a virtual queue... Continue Reading Facial recognition system helps stop queue-jumping at bar
After the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3a, comes the Pixel 4. Google is expected to fully unveil its next flagship smartphone around October time, based on past history, but it's just teased two new features arriving with the handset: face unlock and motion gestures... Continue Reading Google teases face recognition and motion gesture tech coming to the Pixel 4 Category: Mobile Technology Tags:
San Francisco has just become the first city in the United States to entirely ban local government and law enforcement uses of facial recognition technology. Although the ordinance is currently limited in its reach, only really applying to city agencies such as the SFPD, it does strictly regulate the future deployment of all kinds of surveillance technology... Continue Reading San Francisc
Skylum has launched Luminar 3.1.0, the latest major update to the popular photo editing program. The Accent AI filter has been upgraded with content-aware object and facial recognition.Luminar’s Accent AI provides over a dozen adjustments (e.g. shadows, highlights, contrast) and uses AI to help photographers cut tasks that once took minutes down to just seconds. “Despite this, the cur
Chinese brand HONOR has launched an affordable new Android smartphone, the HONOR 8A. Combining a 6.09-inch Dewdrop FullView screen with 87 per cent screen-to-body ratio, it also boasts facial recognition and […] The post Honor 8A smartphone offers facial recognition and Android 9 Pie for £139 appeared first on ShinyShiny.
You might think you're safe from being spotted by a camera if your face is covered or turned away, but the latest developments in AI-powered recognition tech are coming for you. NEC has announced a system that can identify people who are partially obscured, or even facing the other way... Continue Reading NEC recognition tech can spot people even when their faces are obscured Category: Co
tracking your data with face recognition, this interactive medium invites you to become a real-time protagonist of the story. The post facebook, an interactive facial recognition book that narrates your story appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
First things first: We’re re-opening our Content Marketing Certification this month! It’s a four-week educational program on content strategy (taught... Continue Reading The post Are You a Writer Looking for Recognition and Clients? Copyblogger Certification Is Re-Opening Soon appeared first on Copyblogger.
'there's waldo' is capable of identifying and pointing to waldo with a top speed of 4.45 seconds. The post AI robot instantly defeats where’s waldo using facial recognition appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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