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  1. Google: No Plans for Glass Facial Recognition Apps (At This Time)

    Google has told the world that it will not approve any facial recognition software for Glass until it's had time to have a good think about it. In the face of increasing complaints and worries the firm made a Google+ post in which it denied plans...

  2. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company Face.com

    Also just announced: Facebook has acquired facial recognition software company Face.com, for an undisclosed sum. EPIC claimed that "users could not reasonably have known that Facebook would use their photos to build a biometric database in order to...

  3. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    Add to this the fact that Facebook and Google have both purchased facial recognition software companies and you have a puzzling picture. Why do these two need facial recognition software and real names for social media and search engine results?

  4. Google Inside Search Event Recap: What's New in Mobile, Voice & Image Search

    Google stressed that facial recognition software wasn't included in this search, perhaps in light of the problems Facebook has recently had in this area. In addition to debuting new technology, Google also announced that some mobile features are...

  5. Facial Recognition Software Being Used To Take Attendance

    Facial recognition software has been made popular from various crime shows, but it seems the real thing is now being used to take attendance at a university in the UK. Four years ago there were search engines that measured visual similarity, now...

  6. Searching Rich Media at TechCrunch50

    Now he in charge of Google Gadgets and recently oversaw the integration of facial recognition software in Picassa. For a number of years I worked at MIT on image recognition technology and the first time I saw Flickr, I wanted to rip up my diploma...

  7. Searching Rich Media at TechCrunch50

    Now he in charge of Google Gadgets and recently oversaw the integration of facial recognition software in Picassa. For a number of years I worked at MIT on image recognition technology and the first time I saw Flickr, I wanted to rip up my diploma...

  8. More than Organizing Photos? Google Acquires Neven Vision

    I first read about this acquisition over on the Google Operating System Blog, in Object Recognition Is The Future Of Google, where I learned that the facial recognition software developed by Neven Vision will run on the types of microprocessors...