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Facial recognition is used well, but privacy and security must be well done

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Facial recognition is used well, but privacy and security must be well done

(Summary description)The new generation of Apple mobile phones, which will be launched in the second half of this year, may have unprecedented facial recognition capabilities, making the market expect that facial recognition capabilities will enter the field of daily life for the general public. A Wall Street analyst said that iPhone 8 will be equipped with a laser sensor and an infrared sensor on the front lens to complete facial recognition. By then, the facial recognition system may completely replace the current fingerprint recognition system.
In recent years, facial recognition technology has developed rapidly, and now it can be used to open bank accounts, complete online payments, and even pass through security check systems at train stations and airports. When a potentially dangerous person enters a city, his face may immediately arouse the vigilance of the security department.
Professor Kittlell from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom said that facial recognition technology has huge application potential. Its uses include security and surveillance, identity verification for commercial transactions, personalized processing of regular customers, and customer response to marketing purposes. Wait.
The application of facial recognition technology has appeared all over the world. In China, KFC restaurants recently launched the first "smart restaurant" that uses facial recognition technology to determine the age and gender of customers, and combines ordering time to predict customer ordering tendencies. Alipay is also experimenting with "pay with smile", allowing customers to pay through facial recognition.
Determinable personal characteristics
In the United States, the medical technology company NextGate has developed a facial recognition technology that can confirm the identity of a patient and find all relevant medical records of the patient. In Israel, a technology company called Faception even claims to be able to determine whether a person is a terrorist, an extrovert, a pedophile, a genius, or a professional poker player by analyzing 15 facial details that are invisible to the naked eye.
In addition, the facial recognition system can also determine the personality characteristics of individuals, with an accuracy rate of 80%. Apple acquired Emotient, a facial emotion recognition technology company last year. Its facial recognition technology can even analyze users' emotional reactions, such as sadness, anger, sadness, and happiness. This technology was first applied in the field of advertising to analyze the emotions of users when watching advertisements; later, it was also applied to the field of medical treatment to understand patients who could not express clearly in spoken language.
However, the most powerful application of facial recognition technology is to fight crime. The "face search" tool of technology company VigilantSolutions can analyze more than 350 details of human faces, and the police can match the facial features of suspects with 15 million "nodes" in the cloud database.
How to identify
The working principle of the face recognition system is very simple. The high-definition camera and advanced computer software are combined to measure many key "nodes" of the face, such as the distance between the eyes, the length and width of the nose, etc., so as to outline the individual Facial features. The combination of these data and computer learning technology can produce a huge image database.
"Anti-Face Recognition Campaign" to protect privacy
However, while the application of facial recognition technology brings convenience to personal life, there are also some obvious drawbacks, such as personal privacy may be violated at any time. In early 2016, 21-year-old Russian photographer Tasvetkov took a large number of photos of strangers on the St. Petersburg subway, and then used the mobile phone software FindFace to search on Russia’s largest social media platform and found that the identity of the person in the photo was identified. The success rate is very high, "I feel like a stalker." He said.
This software was originally used to help users meet strangers and develop romantic relationships, but some people actually use it to find out the identities of pornographic film actors. "The facial recognition function will make some innocent people become victims, and the privacy of individuals in public places may not be guaranteed." said a spokesperson for the non-profit organization "Global Voice". "Others only need to take pictures to see your information."
According to a survey conducted by the Georgetown Privacy and Technology Law Center in the United States, about half of adults (more than 117 million people) in the United States have uploaded their own images to the Internet with certain face recognition capabilities. An urgent threat". For many years, the US National Security Agency has been collecting facial images to meet the needs of security and law enforcement. It is reported that New York pl

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With the rapid development of facial recognition technology, this feature can now be used to open bank accounts, complete online payments, and even pass through security check systems at train stations and airports. However, while the application of facial recognition technology brings convenience to personal life, there are also some obvious drawbacks. For example, personal privacy may be violated at any time-others only need to take pictures to find all your information.

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The new generation of Apple mobile phones, which will be launched in the second half of this year, may have unprecedented facial recognition capabilities, making the market expect that facial recognition capabilities will enter the field of daily life for the general public. A Wall Street analyst said that iPhone 8 will be equipped with a laser sensor and an infrared sensor on the front lens to complete facial recognition. By then, the facial recognition system may completely replace the current fingerprint recognition system.
In recent years, facial recognition technology has developed rapidly, and now it can be used to open bank accounts, complete online payments, and even pass through security check systems at train stations and airports. When a potentially dangerous person enters a city, his face may immediately arouse the vigilance of the security department.
Professor Kittlell from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom said that facial recognition technology has huge application potential. Its uses include security and surveillance, identity verification for commercial transactions, personalized processing of regular customers, and customer response to marketing purposes. Wait.
The application of facial recognition technology has appeared all over the world. In China, KFC restaurants recently launched the first "smart restaurant" that uses facial recognition technology to determine the age and gender of customers, and combines ordering time to predict customer ordering tendencies. Alipay is also experimenting with "pay with smile", allowing customers to pay through facial recognition.
Determinable personal characteristics
In the United States, the medical technology company NextGate has developed a facial recognition technology that can confirm the identity of a patient and find all relevant medical records of the patient. In Israel, a technology company called Faception even claims to be able to determine whether a person is a terrorist, an extrovert, a pedophile, a genius, or a professional poker player by analyzing 15 facial details that are invisible to the naked eye.
In addition, the facial recognition system can also determine the personality characteristics of individuals, with an accuracy rate of 80%. Apple acquired Emotient, a facial emotion recognition technology company last year. Its facial recognition technology can even analyze users' emotional reactions, such as sadness, anger, sadness, and happiness. This technology was first applied in the field of advertising to analyze the emotions of users when watching advertisements; later, it was also applied to the field of medical treatment to understand patients who could not express clearly in spoken language.
However, the most powerful application of facial recognition technology is to fight crime. The "face search" tool of technology company VigilantSolutions can analyze more than 350 details of human faces, and the police can match the facial features of suspects with 15 million "nodes" in the cloud database.
How to identify
The working principle of the face recognition system is very simple. The high-definition camera and advanced computer software are combined to measure many key "nodes" of the face, such as the distance between the eyes, the length and width of the nose, etc., so as to outline the individual Facial features. The combination of these data and computer learning technology can produce a huge image database.
"Anti-Face Recognition Campaign" to protect privacy
However, while the application of facial recognition technology brings convenience to personal life, there are also some obvious drawbacks, such as personal privacy may be violated at any time. In early 2016, 21-year-old Russian photographer Tasvetkov took a large number of photos of strangers on the St. Petersburg subway, and then used the mobile phone software FindFace to search on Russia’s largest social media platform and found that the identity of the person in the photo was identified. The success rate is very high, "I feel like a stalker." He said.
This software was originally used to help users meet strangers and develop romantic relationships, but some people actually use it to find out the identities of pornographic film actors. "The facial recognition function will make some innocent people become victims, and the privacy of individuals in public places may not be guaranteed." said a spokesperson for the non-profit organization "Global Voice". "Others only need to take pictures to see your information."
According to a survey conducted by the Georgetown Privacy and Technology Law Center in the United States, about half of adults (more than 117 million people) in the United States have uploaded their own images to the Internet with certain face recognition capabilities. An urgent threat". For many years, the US National Security Agency has been collecting facial images to meet the needs of security and law enforcement. It is reported that New York plans to install face recognition technology equipment on bridges and tunnels to scan people entering and leaving these locations.
In Europe, which pays more attention to personal privacy, the use of facial recognition technology is more likely to be more limited. "In some European countries, facial recognition technology is not allowed to be used in the public domain." Data privacy expert Bodman said. In order to protect personal privacy, German scientist Harvey launched a campaign called Hyperface to study how to use physical means to confuse facial recognition systems. The Hyperface project involves drawing a face-like pattern on clothes or textiles, making the system mistake it for a face.
This is not the first time Harvey has tried to confuse facial recognition software. In a previous project called CVDazzle, he tried to create an artistic makeup and hairstyle that prevented computers from successfully performing facial recognition. "The application of face recognition technology will obviously bring security, but if one day you are mistaken for a fugitive by the system, you may not be very happy." Harvey said.
  

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