Aside from keeping people safe at large events like concerts, facial recognition technology is now being more widely used for marketing opportunities.
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CrowdOptic Launches New Platform to Smarten Up Security Cameras with Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Security cameras with CrowdOptic technology can intelligently track the movement and analyze the movement of people in a facility.
Schiphol Airport starts using facial recognition biometrics technology to speed up boarding of passengers.
South Grand Community Improvement District uses Genetec Stratocast cloud surveillance reduces license plate theft by sharing information with police department.
The surveillance technology has been criticized for its potential to exacerbate racial bias in government agencies like the police department.
National survey finds that few Americans want limits on facial recognition technology.
An ethical hacker explains how the cybersecurity concerns of access control technology are often overlooked, and why that’s so dangerous for organizations.
IT professionals and tech decision makers should make sure they’re ready for the dramatic impact of these 4 workplace trends for 2019.
ProdataKey president Jeff Perri makes a case for the cyber security and utilization benefits of wireless and cloud-based access control.
A group of researchers at NYU developed artificial fingerprints that were able to closely match real ones, demonstrating a possible weakness in fingerprint security methods.