And as private tech companies continue to store such large photo databases, Laperruque fears that it's only a matter of time before the government starts demanding access to those photos. Yet Jake Laperruque, senior counsel at the Project on Government Oversight, isn't convinced the technology is accurate. He later did his postdoctoral research, concentrating on the study of brain science and computational photography, at MIT's Artificial Intelligence Lab. Now the company plans to move even further afield. China's facial recognition database includes nearly every one of China's 1.
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Government agencies, including the FBI, have been using facial recognition technology to identify threats and prevent crime for more than a decade. In his book "The new rules of consumer privacy: Building loyalty with connected consumers in the age of face recognition and AI," he says, "We can't pretend that it is , or even One of the companies making huge strides in this space is Shanghai-based YITU Technology, which has gained wide recognition for its Dragonfly Eye System, a facial scanning platform that can identify a person from a database of at least 2 billion people in a matter of seconds.