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face-recognition software

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Foil face-recognition cameras with Privacy Visor

These dorky goggles shine near-infrared light to confuse computer vision systems. Are they the shades of the future?

By January 22, 2013

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Facebook faces fresh privacy palaver over face recognition for photo tagging

Facebook is in hot water over privacy again after quietly turning on face recognition so that it can suggest tags for your photos.

By June 8, 2011

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Apple's Aperture 3 adds face recognition, GPS

New version of Apple's professional photography software adds more than 200 new features, including the popular Faces and Places introduced in iPhoto '09.

By February 9, 2010

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Man with 25 IDs nabbed by face-recognition tech

The man who had allegedly obtained different forms of identification in 25 different names gets caught by Indiana's new facial-recognition software.

By August 26, 2009

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Face recognition comes to Flickr

New feature launched by Swedish start-up Polar Rose automatically groups Flickr photos using facial recognition technology. The company hopes Facebook and others will lean on its tech.

By April 22, 2009

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Polar Rose inches towards useful face recognition

Polar Rose inches towards useful face recognition with the release of a beta that lets users tag photos online.

By August 3, 2007

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Building the best security camera

A few of the security cameras we've reviewed have come close to perfection, but we still think there's room for improvement.

By October 22, 2014

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iOS 8 will help photo search, but won't fix it

Searching by date and time will be welcome additions to the Photo app in iOS 8, but I want even more.

By September 5, 2014

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Facial recognition tech leads feds to fugitive after 14 years

A cold case comes back to life after facial recognition software recognizes an alleged US outlaw who'd been hiding out in Nepal.

By August 12, 2014

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NSA said to collect millions of images for facial recognition

Surveillance agency collecting millions of images daily for identifying and tracking intelligence targets, documents obtained by The New York Times reveal.

By June 1, 2014