Rappler's latest stories on facial recognition
It's urgent to begin placing limits on facial recognition to avoid the surveillance state described in George Orwell's '1984,' says Microsoft president Brad Smith
Tech start-up AdMov installs tablets in the backseats of cars of ride-hailing services. The tablets then use their cameras to scan the faces of passengers.
Officials said that on the third day of deployment of the new technology, border agents were able to determine that the man was using a fake French passport.
The 'iPal' is among a slew of new tech unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia in Shanghai this week, offering education and company for lonely children and peace of mind for adults
Athletes, officials and reporters can now breeze through checkpoints by simply having their faces scanned in Tokyo 2020
Baker roasts himself after getting posterized by Anthony Davis
Facebook plans to soon apply the face recognition technology to profile photos, to thwart people from being impersonated on the social network
A computer generated response said the photo of a New Zealander of Asian descent did not meet New Zealand s criteria because the eyes are closed
The NSA intercepts millions of images per day including 55 000 facial recognition quality images according to leaked documents