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    weapon they use is Facial Recognition. I think it is an important criminal justice issue that criminals are sometimes a step ahead of law enforcement. But with this. Technology, law enforcement can be a step ahead of them What is Facial Recognition, and What Does It Do? Facial recognition is under the category of biometrics. Biometrics is a wide- ranging technology. It measures people 's traits like faces and body movements. It is surprising how facial recognition works. There are a lot of software…

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    performed was facial recognition on the video feed taken from the grocery store. According to Bonsor & Johnson (2001), with facial recognition computers can track landmarks of a human face on images and discern where the face is. It can then go on to try to compare those landmarks to pictures stored in whatever database that facial recognition software is connected to. In this case, detectives on Motive had the footage from the grocery store ran through their facial recognition software and…

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    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW Multimodal biometric face and fingerprint recognition using XOR configuration system based on adaptive principal component analysis and multilayer perception. Multimodal biometric is a combination of physiological and behavioral characteristics into a single biometric system. The important cause to combine singular traits is to get improve recognition rate and accurate result. This is done when feature and trait of biometric are statistically independent. The…

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    function focuses much on profile of human face. How to extract information from face profile determines the performance of face detection at that time. Even artificial neural net is once used in detecting human face. Secondary state of face detection is from 1991 to 1997. In this period, face detection becomes a famous field in artificial intelligence. Several significant face detection algorithms and FERET test of face detection algorithms are claimed in this period. In the aspect of business,…

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    Facial Recognition Essay

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    Facial recognition has become one of the most widely used technologies utilized both in the civilian and government/military worlds. Facebook, airports, banks, and many other businesses incorporate this technology for added security, added features, and convenience measures. Even though Bledsoe, Chan, and Bisson began work on this in the 1960’s, many of the advancements began in the 1990s. Most algorithms are grouped into one of two categories, template-based or geometric-based. (Marques)…

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    Surveillance has presented numerous challenges to the right of privacy. There is a need to develop a high technology surveillance system that will come with great benefits without intrusion. With new advances in technology each day, it is becoming easier to communicate with each other. Yet with all these new forms of communication there have been unpleasant side effects, since this new advanced technology is not only for harmless interactions between one another it is also used to plot against…

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    Biometric Security System

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    there are numerous opportunities through the day in which our information is at risk. Therefore, it becomes very evident that we must find ways to protect not only this information but the channels through which we access it. In the past, this concern has been widely addressed through the use of passwords, but as technology advances and thieves become more tech savvy vulnerabilities to secure information and facilities increase greatly and passwords simply don’t cut in today’s world. As a result…

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    Wendy Kaminer Essay

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    In regard to Kaminer, she used reports by the American Civil Liberties. An example is the one that says that never did the facial recognition system identified a person whose picture was in the database of the Tampa police department. By using this report Kaminer demonstrates that her point have credibility, especially for the ones who are familiar with the ACL. However, The Economist instead of using the facts as logos, like Kaminer did, he uses it as pathos by relying on expert’s arguments…

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    and the LA County Sheriff’s Office are reported to have been using this technology. The technology has been used on Compton residents without their knowledge. Facial recognition software, which can be used to run your facial characteristics against law enforcement databases or perhaps even the data collected from the above-mentioned wide-area surveillance data. Chen claims that this program was deployed in San Diego County “out without any public hearing or notice.” License-plate scanners, which…

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    Matthew, I am curious to know if actually, we did not hear about the stolen identity as much because we did not have social media back then or if we did not have it. I completely agree with you that this generation is desensitized to the privacy of the digital world and the ramifications that could happen. However, I am not entirely sold on the idea of the RFID or the facial recognition idea even though they do have some good component to them as well. I know several people that have their…

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