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China's Baidu is testing a facial recognition image search engine

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Chinese search engine leader Baidu is testing a new facial recognition search engine system, Techweb reports. Located at shitu.baidu.com, the new service lets users paste in or upload an image and then run a search for a face within the frame. After playing around with it for a couple of minutes,...
China's Baidu is testing a facial recognition image search engine
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Google prepares for first consumer Glass adoption by banning face recognition apps (until privacy protections can be enforced)

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In a Google Plus remark, Google said that it would block all facial recognition apps from Google Glasses Glass and Facial Recognition When we started the Explorer Program nearly a year ago our goal was simple: we wanted to make people active participants in shaping the future of this technology...
Google prepares for first consumer Glass adoption by banning face recognition apps (until privacy protections can be enforced)

Google Glass not to allow face recognition for now

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Google will not allow face recognition on its Glass wearable computer for now, until there are strong privacy protections."We've been listening closely to you, and many have expressed both interest and concern around the possibilities of facial recognition in Glass," the company's Project Glass wrote in a post on...
Google Glass not to allow face recognition for now

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...
Facial Recognition Technology Is Now Available For Google Glass
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FTC releases best practices on facial recognition technology #thecircuit

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FTC releases best practices on facial recognition: The Federal Trade Commission Monday released a recommendation of best practices for companies using facial recognition technology. The agency recommended that companies adopt a privacy-first approach to building their services, and develop security protections for the data. Companies, the FTC said, should...
FTC releases best practices on facial recognition technology #thecircuit

Google Won't Approve Glass Apps That Recognize People's Faces... For Now

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The potential creep factor of Google Glass is something that the search giant has to mitigate as best as it can if it wants that kooky head-worn display to become a mass-market sensation (and even that may not be enough) but a recent announcement highlights the search giant’s commitment to,...
Google Won't Approve Glass Apps That Recognize People's Faces... For Now
Google jumpstarts Glass development with apps form Twitter, Facebook and Evernote

Google forbids facial recognition apps on Glass in the name of privacy

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If you run into a complete stranger wearing Google Glass, that person might take your picture with just a wink. But rest assured that Glass probably won't be able to tell its wear your name, date of birth, and turn-offs. In a Google+ post Friday, the Project Glass team...
Google forbids facial recognition apps on Glass in the name of privacy
Google launches 'The Peanut Gallery' Chrome experiment to showcase Web Speech API (Video)

New Chrome browser beta adds voice recognition API

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A new beta version of Google's Chrome browser for PCs can run Web applications controlled via user voice commands, so that people will be able to play computer games and compose documents through speech. The beta of Chrome 25 features the new Web Speech API (application programming interface), which...
New Chrome browser beta adds voice recognition API

Google Disallows Facial Recognition in Glass Apps

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Worried about so-called “Glassholes” automatically identifying the faces of people around them? Google says it doesn’t want that to happen, either. The company tonight posted an update to developer policies for its wearable device Google Glass that explicitly disallows facial recognition apps. It explained in a Google+ update, “As Google...
Google Disallows Facial Recognition in Glass Apps

Chrome 26 hits beta with a new spell-checking engine

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Hard on the heels of last week's release of the Chrome 25 browser into the Stable Channel, Google on Tuesday pushed its eventual successor--Chrome 26--into beta. Whereas Chrome 25 was most notable for its inclusion of a new JavaScript Web Speech application programming interface (API)--allowing developers to include speech...
Chrome 26 hits beta with a new spell-checking engine

Google says it won't approve any Glass apps with facial recognition until it has protections in place

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Today, Google posted a notice to its Google Glass channel on G+ that lays out its plan to prevent abuse of facial recognition on the head-mounted computer. It’s solution? Reject any Glassware that uses it until they have proper protections in place. Since Glass began hitting people’s faces, the questions...
Google says it won't approve any Glass apps with facial recognition until it has protections in place

Samsung Debuts Windows 8 All-in-One PCs

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As the release date for Windows 8 draws near, and the holiday shopping season begins to creep up on us, you can expect device manufacturers to reveal details about new hardware, starting right about now. Today, Samsung introduced its Samsung Series 5 and Series 7 all-in-one PCs running Windows 8....
Samsung Debuts Windows 8 All-in-One PCs
Google won't approve facial recognition Glass apps until it has 'privacy protections in place'
Google bans face recognition apps for Glass
Google Says No To Facial Recognition Apps For Glass (GOOG)
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Google Translate app updated to translate text from photos

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Google’s translation app for Android has been updated to translate text from pictures taken with the device’s camera. Users can take pictures of signs, books or any other legible text and then “brush” to highlight the portion they want to translated. The feature, compatible with the app’s previous ability...
Google Translate app updated to translate text from photos

Next Windows Phone Update Could Get Big Improvements To Speech Input

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Microsoft is definitely ending support for Windows Phone 8 next year, but we’ve heard precious little about its successor. There are hints from job postings, but now a new leaked video (via The Verge) shows something more concrete about changes that might be on the way. It shows pretty...
Next Windows Phone Update Could Get Big Improvements To Speech Input

Google: 'We won't be approving any facial recognition Glassware at this time'

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While the public decides how to deal with Google Glass-wearing cyborgs walking among us, there are already startups trying to add facial recognition to the device. That includes the MedRef for Glass app for Doctors and an API created by LambdaLabs that's on the way. Unfortunately, apparently due to...
Google: 'We won't be approving any facial recognition Glassware at this time'

Google wants you to create a silent film with The Peanut Gallery to show off Chrome's Web Speech API

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Google updated Chrome last month with its Web Speech API, allowing developers to utilize speech recognition features into their various Web apps. Until now the feature has been a bit underused, but Google is looking to change all of that with a clever silent movie experiment launching today, called ‘The...
Google wants you to create a silent film with The Peanut Gallery to show off Chrome's Web Speech API

Notebooks with Intel's version of Kinect due in late 2014

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Intel has backed its vision for computers that see and hear by dedicating a $100 million investment fund to the venture, and committed its customers to supplying the technology by late 2014. Intel launched the Intel Capital Experiences and Perceptual Computing Fund on Tuesday, dedicated to spending $100 million to...
Notebooks with Intel's version of Kinect due in late 2014
The Creepiest Google Glass Feature Has Been Banned: Np Facial Recognition Apps Allowed
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