Happy Safer Internet Day

Today is Safer Internet Day. While Learning Tree International is not an official sponsor nor national partner, we support the effort. As part of that support here are some ways you can help foster their 2020 mission of “Together for a better internet”. While Safer Internet Day is focused on younger net users, most readers […]
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Facial Recognition Is Now Easy to Implement: What Does That Imply?

Movies and television shows are full of scenes where individuals are recognized in huge crowds using facial recognition software. Until recently, some of those seemed far-fetched or maybe prohibitively expensive. That is no longer the case. Sahil Chinoy described a facial recognition demonstration in The New York Times. He and his team built a sub-100 […]
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Another Breach of Data Stored In The Cloud. Please stop.

I have a love-hate relationship with ”the cloud”. I love how easy it is to create services, easily access software and data, and I love the easy sharing of data. But I seriously hate how easy it is to unintentionally expose data that should remain confidential. In April of this year, the Telegraph reported on […]
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More on Biometrics and Privacy

Last time I wrote about Biometrics and Privacy. Part of that involved the training of the networks needed to recognize individuals either for authentication or in images. A good description of the process of “training” the networks to recognize the images is the third part of the Medium series I referenced then. As the article […]
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