Facial Recognition Technology Is Now Available For Google Glass

Facial Recognition Technology Is Now Available For Google Glass

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The new software from Lamda Labs, who are based in San Francisco, raises the prospect of never forgetting a face again, and also of internet recommendations for who Google Glass wearers should meet at large social gatherings. It will launch to computer programmers in days. Google has been at pains to...
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Comic XKCD Nails Google Glass Critics (Especially Congress)

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Is Google Glass an affront to privacy? Rest easy: Congress has got your back | Tom McCarthy

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Congress sends Google a list of questions about privacy and Glass

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Today a bipartisan Congressional privacy caucus sent Google a letter with eight questions regarding a topic that's caused a lot of speculation: how will privacy be protected by Google Glass? The headsets can take photos and video in a more discreet manner than raising a smartphone or a camera and...
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US Congressman Joe Barton sends letter to Google worried that Glass could infringe on people's privacy

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US Congressman Joe Barton has sent a letter to Google over concerns he and other lawmakers have over the use of its Glass device. He believes that there is a potential for device owners to misuse the information it gathers. In a bi-partisan manner, Barton’s letter was co-signed by Representative...
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Google Glass spurs privacy questions from Congress

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Several members of the U.S. Congress sent a letter to Google CEO Larry Page about concerns such as whether Google will use facial recognition technology with Glass. [Read more]...
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Congress Wants Answers From Google on Privacy Impact of Glass

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A group of Congress members has sent a letter to Google seeking answers to a range of questions about the privacy implications raised by its Google Glass project. The letter, addressed to CEO Larry Page and signed by eight members of the bipartisan Privacy Caucus, asks Google whether it plans...
Congress Wants Answers From Google on Privacy Impact of Glass

Using Technology to Help Identify Terrorists

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