All posts tagged with Privacy & surveillance

Big Brother: Amazon’s Alexa programmers are now working on voice identification software

Amazon’s voice-activated virtual assistant, Alexa, may soon have the capability to identify who is speaking to it – a feature

North Carolina Department of Transportation using Drones to spy on motorists

According to a 2013 report from The Washington Times, it was predicted that by 2018 the skies over America would be populated

Uber’s self-driving car runs red light, raises questions on safety

Uber blames it on the humans who must be behind the wheel while Uber’s test automobiles are learning to drive themselves on California roads, says The

A.I. systems to surveil human activity and report to the CIA

Looking down. It’s become a social construct in this transhuman trending age. Cervical spine and neck surgeons may be in

New ‘riot police’ robots emerge in China, armed with electronic shock capabilities, as the world moves to let machines establish order

Would you trust a robot cop over an actual cop? That is the dilemma Chinese citizens are facing with the

NYPD might be adding drone pilots to terrorist database

The possibility of drones being fitted with firearms and explosives has forced the NYPD to crack down on illegally operated

Renault-Nissan confirms 10-plus autonomous cars by 2020

Renault-Nissan has confirmed plans to release more than 10 autonomous cars by 2020. The vehicles will be equipped with cutting

New Counter-UAV System destroys drones by severing connection between the aerial vehicle and its pilot

As technology continues to grow, our expectation of privacy unfortunately shrinks with it, especially in the wake of the development

Your driver’s license, passports and credit cards are all subject to electronic surveillance – protect your privacy with this exclusive, powerful tool

Do you know what “RFID” stands for? If not, you should, because you probably carry it around with you everywhere

Walmart’s anti-theft facial recognition software sparks privacy concerns

Walmart has recently tested a facial recognition software, known as FaceFirst, which can purportedly stop shoplifters dead in their tracks. The system

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