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The Calgary Drop-In Centre currently uses a form of biometric technology to identify clients that visit the shelter, but it has its own drawbacks. based IT company Sierra Systems, uses Microsoft’s.
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Microsoft CEO Satya nadella. telling attendees that the US needs its own version of Europe’s new GDPR regulatory framework. And, speaking of regulations, he’s also been especially vocal that facial.
Microsoft is asking Congress to create a bipartisan, expert-led committee to draft regulations for facial recognition, the company’s president Brad Smith wrote in a blog post today. But the.
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Microsoft President Brad Smith wants the government to regulate the use of facial recognition technology. Smith said in a blog post on Friday that Microsoft believes there should be "thoughtful.
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Microsoft urges US government to regulate facial recognition systems. to police the technology sector, along with its own use of products?. forcing us to ask: what role do we want these technologies to play in our society?
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The ethical dilemma swirling around facial recognition technology has prompted Google to hit pause on selling its own system. However, Microsoft has been outspoken in calling on governments to.
Microsoft thinks current facial recognition technology increases the risk of biased. Smith also wants laws to require sellers of the products to clearly. advocacy group AI Now called for greater regulation and regular audits.. assault rifle parts and accessories for sale on eBay in violation of their own policy.
Microsoft wants the government to regulate facial recognition technology By: Kelsey D. Atherton July 18, 2018 Facial recognition technology is a tool largely developed and refined in the commercial sector that could have tremendous implications in processing images captured by surveillance platforms.