The Metropolitan Police have announced they are to begin operational use of facial recognition technology across London.
Facial recognition technology and 3D athlete-tracking to enhance the viewing experience of the Olympic Games will be used during Tokyo 2020, Intel has said.
Facebook is making its facial recognition setting available to all users but is keeping the function turned off by default amid ongoing unease about the technology.
The High Court is set to rule on the first legal challenge over police use of facial recognition technology in the UK.
Facial recognition has not been in use around the King’s Cross area of London since March 2018, the site’s developers have claimed.
Authorities should cease trials of facial recognition technology until a legal framework for them is established, MPs have said.
The Metropolitan Police is to test live facial recognition in Westminster on December 17 and 18 as part of an “ongoing trial” of the technology.
A police force’s use of facial recognition technology requires “considerable investment” to deliver consistent results, a study has concluded.
A US school district is giving its surveillance system an upgrade with the introduction of facial recognition.
Starting in August, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the United States will begin testing a new system for scanning drivers’ faces as they enter and exit the country.
Amazon’s decision to market a powerful face recognition tool to police is alarming privacy advocates.
Gatwick Airport has launched a trial of biometric technology aimed at speeding up airport processes by using facial recognition technology and autonomous gates to help passengers move through the terminal.
A school in eastern China is using facial recognition technology to see how students react to the classes they take.
Singapore’s Changi airport is testing a facial recognition system to locate passengers and help speed up the boarding process.
Facebook has begun asking users in the UK to allow the platform to use facial recognition technology to identify them in photos and videos.
Facebook will face a class action lawsuit in the US over its use of facial recognition technology, a federal judge has ruled.
Facial recognition technology works best for white men and worst for dark-skinned women, study shows
Facial recognition technologies show bias towards gender and skin colour and appear to favour white men, scientists have found.
Your phone could soon warn you if someone is taking a sneaky peek at the screen over your shoulder.
Sheep have demonstrated a celebrity-spotter’s ability to recognise faces of famous people, including former US president Barack Obama.