Facial recognition technology, whether you’re a friend or foe, has a robust future, something clearly on display Tuesday during the National Telecommunications & Information Administration’s (NTIA) multi-stakeholder meeting on creating a code of conduct for the technology. With NTIA still in the gathering and learning stage, the meeting featured presentations from a researcher as well as representatives from industry and the Federal Trade Commission. Whether for authentication, identification or other uses, the technology’s integration into daily business—including banking and transportation—and rapid evolution poses a challenge for the stakeholders in coming up with a focused and agreed-upon code of conduct. This exclusive for The Privacy Advisor covers yesterday’s meeting and reports on what lies ahead.
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