Good morning all, it’s Ellen here! Today, we’re chatting about SecureCall.
Facial recognition is frequently pigeonholed as a sensitive subject, particularly surrounding GDPR regulations and privacy. A common misconception is that it lacks any form of regulation. Because of this misconception, we at TouchByte feel it is essential to explain how we regulate our facial recognition solutions, and why we feel it is vital that we do so.
In a world driven by technological advances, it isn’t surprising that we’ve arrived in the era where facial recognition plays a part in our everyday lives.
My morning routine consists of waking up and checking the news for the latest damage report. This morning, as I was scrolling through Twitter, this headline caught my attention: “George Floyd: Amazon bans police use of facial recognition tech“ “Civil rights advocates raised concerns about potential racial bias in surveillance technology.” Speaking as both a […]
The post-COVID world that we’re now entering is a scary place to be. It’s vital that businesses are innovating and creating to comply with new regulations, but to also invent solutions to the new challenges we face.
In the new world that we find ourselves in, post-COVID19, the importance of video-calling, and online communication has become an incredibly prevalent part of society.
In the new world that we find ourselves in, post-COVID19, the importance of video-calling and online communication has become an incredibly prevalent part of society.