Facial Recognition
  • By Mark Rosch A defense attorney in Florida is believed to be the first to use artificial intelligence-based facial recognition software to exonerate a client. The New York Times is reporting that Patrick Bailey of Ft. Meyers, FL succesfully requested access to Clearview AI's facial recognition software in order to identify a witness who could testify whether Bailey's client caused...


  • In what they are touting as an exclusive report, the online technology publication OneZero is reporting that "Wolfcom, a company that makes technology for police, is pitching body cameras with live facial recognition to law enforcement groups across the United States."  This would be a departure from the announced strategies of competitors in the law enforcement/body-worn camera...


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