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FRFauna Rescue of South Australia Inc.
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FRFielding Runs (arcane baseball statistic)
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FRFiltered Radiometer
FRFlocculation Reaction - Sachs-Georgi Test
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In the piece (Forward-Facing: Could Facial Recognition Turn Back the Clock on the US Airport Experience?), Dombroff notes that airports across the globe are investing in facial-recognition systems that promise to, in essence, transform the entire terminal into an always-on security checkpoint.
Thousands of facial-recognition requests, internal documents and emails over the past five years, obtained through public-records requests by Georgetown University researchers and provided to The Washington Post, reveal that federal investigators have turned state Department of Motor Vehicles databases into the bedrock of an unprecedented surveillance infrastructure.
In a recent essay, Luke Stark, a postdoctoral researcher at Microsoft Research Montreal, described facial-recognition technology as the "plutonium of artificial intelligence," and "anathema to the health of human society," calling for it to be "heavily restricted."
Case in point: The ACLU tested Amazon's facial-recognition technology, Rekognition, using photos of members of Congress, and it incorrectly matched 28 men and women with individuals in mug shots.
Which is why the race is on for security companies to create revolutionary facial-recognition technology--which uses a video camera and computer to distinguish a person based on his or her unique "faceprint." "It's the only technology that can identify someone who's merely walking down the street," says Trevor Prout of International Biometric Group.
Facial-recognition systems can automatically scan people's faces as they appear on television or a closed-circuit camera monitoring a building or street.
to ban the use of facial-recognition software by city agencies and the police, dealing a swift symbolic blow to a key technology rapidly being deployed by law enforcement nationwide.
Surveillance technologies like facial-recognition has enormous scope for misuse by governments.
"We are also working on making use of a facial-recognition system to be able to identify newcomers or illegal stayers."
The controversy came to a head last week, when the San Francisco startup Lambda Labs announced that it would offer a facial-recognition programming interface for app developers working on Glass.
Facebook is also debuting a way for people to opt-out of using the company's facial-recognition features by toggling an "on-and-off switch," said Facebook's deputy chief privacy officer Rob Sherman.
In the Pattern Recognition and Image Processing laboratory, Anil Jain, MSU Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering, and Josh Klontz, a research scientist, tested three different facial-recognition systems.