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Technology that matches faces to names can already single out criminals. What happens when it can identify anyone?
'Structured light' and artificial intelligence help power the iPhone X's flagship biometric skill.
The new iPhone X is shining a light on a Fifth Amendment debate.
As Alibaba and others increase reliance on it, is it safe?
The TSA knows our phones have made us more comfortable with biometric tech.
A prelude to the 2012 Olympic Games?
Near-total airport security is possible. Technologies are in sight to seal the leaks, spot the bad guys, find the bombs.
A Chinese lecturer is using the technology to see when students get bored
Russian police are a likely first customer
The world's first facial recognition payment system lets you ditch your credit card.
Repo men are pushing the bounds of personal surveillance by scanning billions of license plates—perhaps even yours.
Why humans, and by extension our machines, are so determined to “read” people.
And even recognize your intentions