To help replace the CAC card, Pentagon enlists AI startup
TWOSENSE.AI announced a $2.42 million OTA contract to work with the Defense Information Systems Agency on "invisible continuous multi-factor authentication" for the military.
Advocacy groups urge Congress not to support ‘smart wall’ border technology
"Ubiquitous surveillance technology poses a serious threat to human rights and constitutional liberties."
Shareholders also want Amazon to stop selling facial recognition tech to government
Rekognition is under fire, again.
Mirror mirror on the wall, which is the best credibility assessment tool of them all?
A new IARPA challenge looks for methods to determine how well technologies that assess trustworthiness actually work.
DHS seeks biometric screening systems for 2019 ‘technology rally’
Participants will get the chance to have their technologies tested in a simulated "standard security checkpoint process."
Agency leaders: Technology isn’t coming for your job — and it might make it easier
At FedTalks 2018, top officials from DOT and CBP discussed how people play an essential role in ensuring that automation and other technologies are used to the fullest extent.