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Twins Twin babies aged just five months found dead after being 'accidentally' left inside a hot car The babies were left inside an SUV and a police investigation into the double death is underway. Yes, I said delighted. The cost of the software: Does the app use facial recognition software or artificial intelligence that can find you? Arsenal have suspended two coaches amid bullying allegations. Are they able to detect all fishy situations? Police in the UK have collected more than 20 million facial recognition images without Parliament being consulted over the technology.
Give us a sense of your current client base and where the company sees the greatest growth potential. Experts believe that facial recognition technology will soon overtake fingerprint technology as the most effective way of identifying people stock image. Sorry, there are no scores available at this time. It should be clear in the circumstances that a 'reasonable further period' for revising the policy is to be measured in months, not years. Civil liberties and race relations groups criticised the plans for deploying the technology at the carnival in a joint letter. Alastair MacGregor QC, the former biometrics commissioner, wrote in his annual report for that "a searchable police database of facial images arguably represents a much greater threat to individual privacy than searchable databases of DNA profiles or fingerprints". He acknowledged that public information regarding the use of the technology was "limited", but through freedom of information requests Sky News has discovered that three police forces have been deploying the technology.