DHS’s forthcoming biometrics system presents unmitigated privacy risks
Iris and facial recognition services that the Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology system will provide could be thwarted by deepfakes.
Senate bill would put a moratorium on federal facial recognition use
The bill would also create a congressional commission to study facial recognition and give suggestions to Congress on how to regulate it.
Army looks to block data ‘poisoning’ in facial recognition, AI
The Army is working to develop facial and object recognition applications. But enemies want to poison the well.
NIST confirms that facial recognition doesn’t work equally well for all
The study tests 189 software algorithms from 99 developers. Results varied, but the overall takeaway is troubling.
Lawmakers look for answers on facial recognition in federally assisted housing
The group wants to know where this technology is being used, and how the data is being kept safe.
CBP decides against changes to its Biometric Exit program
U.S. citizens will still be able to opt out of the facial recognition program for international travelers.