Security and Privacy – Not Zero-Sum Game

Video technologies and face recognition methods can enhance public safety and security, however there are legitimate concerns that these surveillance capabilities could be misused...

Concerns over Breach of Huge Facial Recognition Database 

Facial-recognition technology, which matches photos of unidentified victims or suspects against enormous databases of photos, has long drawn intense criticism from privacy advocates. Now,...

Advanced Biometric Technology to Be Deployed Globally

Biometrics has quickly established itself as the most pertinent means of identifying and authenticating individuals in a reliable and fast way, through the use...
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Who Profits from Coronavirus? Hint: They’re Not Human

According to various reports, the Chinese government has been using drones, robots, and artificial intelligence technologies in the fight against the coronavirus, and limit...

Towards Olympic Games – Smart City Applications in Tokyo 

In preparation for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games slated for this summer in Japan, demand for drones and security robots has grown. The...
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New Threat: 3 Billion Image Database

Facial recognition technology is already used for security checks at airports, for police investigations, and for monitoring large events like concerts. However, existing technology...
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Facial Recognition Tech – Also for Long Distances 

The US military has been using facial recognition to identify individuals on the battlefield. But existing facial recognition technology typically relies on images generated...

Unexpected Shift in Face Recognition Policy

The US Department of Homeland Security has confirmed it will not expand face recognition scans to U.S. citizens arriving and departing the country. Earlier,...
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Cloud-Based Face Recognition Solution

A new development enables deep-learning powered facial recognition technology via a cloud-based service. It has been developed to recognize the whole face and certain...
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Tech Giants Push for Regulations With Facial Recognition Software

The computer tech giant, IBM, has been pushing the United States government to regulate facial recognition technology, instead of simply outright banning it from...
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Video Analytics – Attend Leading Conference and Exhibition

Attend iHLS 7th Video Analytics Conference and Exhibition on December 19, 2019, at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion. Video Analytics technology has been undergoing...
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Remarkable Innovation in Video Surveillance Field

The global video surveillance equipment market is expected to grow by $1.7B this year, according to IHS Markit. Undoubtedly, there is a growing demand...
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World’s Busiest Airport to Get Smart Tech

5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices than ever...
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Kamikaze Drones Join Turkish Fleet

Turkey is enhancing its unmanned aerial vehicle fleet with kamikaze drones. 30 upgraded KARGU (Autonomous Tactical Multi-Rotor Attack UAV) kamikaze drones will join the...
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Facial Recognition – Now the Futuristic Version

Facial recognition and other types of biometric tech have improved significantly in recent years, but even today’s most advanced systems become less reliable without...
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New Smartphone will Triumph Battlefield

How do you translate the powerful consumer technology of smartphones into something that can be useful and secure on the battlefield? Soldiers need something...
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Chinese University Upgrading to Smart Campus

A university in China has upgraded its campus and achieved 5G and AI coverage. The university has become a secure, high tech, smart campus. This...
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Airports to Test Facial Recognition Software

The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has made plans to launch a facial recognition software pilot at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas....

Facial Recognition Stirring Up Anti-Privacy Controversies

As the international dependency for Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition software for police and military forces increases, then so does the controversy revolving around...
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The Technology that Will Make Travelling More Simple

The use of biometric identification has become more and more widespread. A new partnership will develop a biometric data-based identification platform that will significantly...
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Partnership to Allow Real-Time Identification

While the debate continues in many countries regarding the privacy concerns of facial recognition technologies, new technology provides facial recognition system that has been...
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AR Glasses Demonstrate New Capability

Law enforcement agencies will soon be able to adopt facial recognition algorithms and use them in public spaces with less hassle and fewer distractions....


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Russia’s Stealth Submarine Can Launch Hypersonic Nukes

Russia began the trials of its latest nuclear-powered submarine, the Arkhangelsk, which has advanced technological features and hypersonic cruise missiles. This submarine, which shows Russia’s...