Clearview AI, now the byword for unchecked surveillance, has filed a wide-ranging patent application that envisions handing over the most reviled uses of facial recognition technology to just about anyone. The application, first reported by Buzzfeed News, was filed in August and became public on Thursday. It is still pending approval. While the company was secretive about its client list, documents leaked to Buzzfeed News showed that the company had offered its tools to over 2, law enforcement agencies including U. The revelations brought on a flotilla of lawsuits alleging violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act BIPA and all sorts of justified fears from civil rights organizations over weaponizing personal data. The ACLU has pointed out that effectively stripping crowds of anonymity could deter people from protesting, attending AA meetings, or joining in religious gatherings.
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Kind-hearted residents are being urged not to take in homeless people amid fears such acts could undo the work of specialist charities. Canterbury City Council bosses says it is aware of "a small number" of locals who have provided beds and cared for rough sleepers during the cold snap. Despite noting "this has happened for purely compassionate reasons", the authority is advising against such offers as it believes it could hamper attempts to put a permanent roof over their heads. Council spokesman Leo Whitlock explained: "Many rough sleepers have very complex needs and there are often multiple reasons why they are on the street. Mr Whitlock says much of the work of the charities and specialists from the city council takes place at the winter night shelter or through its severe weather emergency protocol Swep. In these settings, the organisations are able to intervene - often on an intensive basis - and put support in place.
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A patent application describes a slew of dystopian use cases for a new facial recognition software. Now, a new patent application by Clearview AI, first discovered by Buzzfeed , details several potential uses for the firm's software, including date matching, sharing "headshots of high-risk individuals," and identifying homeless people and drug users. The patent application, dating back to , was made public on Thursday, Feb. Other possible uses for Clearview AI's technology, according to the patent, include the ability to "grant or deny access for a person, a facility, a venue, or a device.
In a more tranquil time last March that almost feels unreal now, when restaurants were open, when it was normal to meet strangers in person, when the coronavirus seemed like an abstract concept instead of a deadly threat, Christy Donahue decided she was finally ready to dip her toe back in the dating waters again. Donahue, 46, had matched with a man on Bumble who seemed … fine? She figured why not just go on a date with him and see how it went. They made plans and continued chatting.