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Daily Dashboard | Government surveillance lab created tech that guesses names by analyzing faces Related reading: What's new and what's not in the EU's AI regulation

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U.S. government surveillance lab Mitre Corp. created and patented technology that can guess a person’s name by analyzing their facial characteristics, Forbes reports. Mitre’s patent said it wanted to use research from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which found a computer trained on a dataset of 100,000 faces was correct 59% of the time when given two different names and a face, to improve facial recognition. It is unknown whether the government has access to or used the tech.
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