OneZero’s General Intelligence is a roundup of the most important artificial intelligence and facial recognition news of the week. The undercurrents of the future. A Medium publication about tech and science.
Plus, live facial recognition updates and the week’s A.I. research
Dave Gershgornhello, this week in General Intelligence we talk:
🤖 Microsoft's new facial recognition law in Washington
📷 updates on live facial recognition in body cameras
🚗 adversarial examples for LiDAR
Vendors, public officials and civil rights advocates have been wary of using facial recognition in police body cameras because of technical limits and potential for abuse, but Wolfcom's CEO sees it as an inevitability.
Dave Gershgornjust saw: Wolfcom, the company making live facial recognition for police body cams, gave @govtechnews an interview the company's use of its technology.
State lawmakers have saved e-bike-using delivery workers from the Wrath of de Blasio.
Dave Gershgornfeeing absolutely crushed by the unemployment numbers, but ny passed its budget and legalized my electric scooter and ebikes. so the score is like 6 million bad things to .75 good things
Like other countries, COVID-19 rocked both Russia and its neighbors, with recent numbers pointing to a collective 4,375 residents across the post-Soviet states being infected by the virus. And while some of these territories are seemingly less than...
The Paradise Fire Adopt a Family Facebook group had almost 30,000 members helping and seeking help. Then it imploded.
Dave Gershgorn“‘Somebody would get donated a car, and they would judge that person. ‘You know what? They don’t deserve the car; they didn’t have it as bad as the other person.’ They’d just rip each other to shreds on the internet,’ he says.” — @colleenhagerty