Facial recognition is so last week.
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If this Russian tech company has its way, emotion-reading recognition is the cool kid on the block right now. With serious consequences for everyone’s privacy and personal data.
NTechLab ignited a controversy last year after it released FindFace, an app that can track everyone on VKontakte, the Russian equivalent of Twitter, based on their profile.
Someone used the app to identify and harass sex workers and porn actresses through their personal profiles, though the firm said that they weren’t breaking any privacy regulations. Read more…
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