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TPG
2023-08
Rebecca Uliasz uses the concept of "bad" algorithms to re-render images of power in the form of New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) infrared traffic security cameras.
Amazon turns to Chinese firm on U.S. blacklist to meet thermal camera needs Amazon.com Inc has bought cameras to take temperatures of workers during the coronavirus pandemic from a firm the United …
TPG
2020-04
Clearview AI, devised a groundbreaking facial recognition app. You take a picture of a person, upload it and get to see public photos of that person, along with links to where those photos appeared. …
Until recently, Hoan Ton-That’s greatest hits included an obscure iPhone game and an app that let people put Donald Trump’s distinctive yellow hair on their own photos. Then Mr. Ton-That — an …
“We've issued an efit for of a suspect in a distraction burglary in Stratford in February. If you have any information please contact us. https://t.co/NipFniL1ed”
A new technique exploits sensor noise patterns unique to each camera that can help identify criminals via photographs posted online
16 states let the FBI use face recognition technology to compare the faces of suspected criminals to their driver’s license and ID photos, creating a virtual line-up of their state residents. In this …
CAMERAROLL  A five-page digital installation built on the NewHive platform by vyle + Devin Kenny exploring surveillance and privacy