June 7, 2019 Business, Surveillance, U.S.
Jordan Pearson reports:
Microsoft has unexpectedly pulled a gigantic facial recognition database containing photos of people’s faces from the internet, but traces of the data trove remain online.
If you’ve ever uploaded photos of yourself to the internet under a creative commons license—which allows for re-use under certain conditions—they may already have been used to train AI programs to recognize human faces.
Read more on Motherboard.
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