Microsoft’s big facial recognition leap
When it comes to privacy, your enemy is always Bob in accounting
Welcome back to one of this corner’s favourite topics, facial recognition technology. For those unfamiliar, there has been one long-standing issue with this branch of IT that has so far limited its ability to invade your privacy: It’s racist and sexist.
Seriously, unless you are a white male, it is awful at identifying you. Or at least it was. The fears over Amazon’s Rekognition were largely tamed by the usual reliable...
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