Take a look at some of the home security cameras that scan faces and tell you who's there.
But -- bright side! -- videos with your face on somebody else’s body usually aren't as tantalizing to bad guys as, say, creating political chaos.
Beyond facial recognition, we're giving smart devices and platforms our intimate biometric details.
The researchers cite a study that criticizes Amazon's AI tech.
Officers with an extraordinary ability to recognize people's faces could improve the overall effectiveness of the facial recognition technology being trialed by police forces.
The state's Biometric Information Privacy Act prevents Sony from selling it there.
There are privacy concerns, but facial recognition now can help get your doctor visit, and your vacation, started.
Good luck if you're a woman or a darker-skinned person.