Aegis' suite of tools aims to protect schools from shootings, sex offenders and other dangers.
More than 85% of cyberattacks stem from people getting tricked out of their passwords. But facial recognition and cloud security might kill the password forever.
Just how much wealth has been created by Uber's IPO? We also learn more about Jeff Bezos' plans to send us all into space and why Facebook is trying to get a six-legged robot to teach itself to walk.
Even the Mona Lisa can be faked.
In today's top stories, a report says Amazon is working on a wearable that would be able to understand human emotions. Meanwhile, Panic introduces the world to Playdate, a Gameboy-like device.
Today's major tech stories include Amazon shareholder's efforts failing to curb facial recognition development, a ruling that declares Qualcomm a monopoly and Apple sending out WWDC invites.
Two high-end outdoor home security cameras go head to head.
If you can't be a panda cuddler, this might be the next best gig.
From The 3:59 show: Plus, no, Facebook isn't listening to your conversations.
It won't be the last city to consider a similar law.
The company, however, says images collected via the photo storage and backup app aren't used to train its enterprise facial recognition products.
CBP doesn't collect data that would determine if facial recognition mistakes are adversely affecting one racial group over another, an official explains.
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