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What are your thoughts on facial "un-recognition" technologies and what will be needed to ensure the DoD's continued ability to identify potential terrorists using facial recognition technology?
Dr. Thirimachos Bourlai
Posted Date: 8/24/2015
This week’s thought-provoking question is based on a popular HDIAC Spotlight about Japan's new "privacy visor" uses light reflection to thwart facial recognition technology. It is not the first or only technology aimed at bypassing facial recognition software, and as these technologies advance, new research and measures will be needed for continued biometric identifications.
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