Apple AI accused of leading to man's wrongful arrest

Apple AI accused of leading to man's wrongful arrest

The detective reportedly said that this may have caused Mr Bah to be charged with thefts committed at Apple Stores in New York, Delaware, New Jersey and Massachusetts, according to court papers.

Feasibility of Reidentifying Individuals in Large National Physical Activity Data Sets From Which Protected Health Information Has Been Removed With Use of Machine Learning

Feasibility of Reidentifying Individuals in Large National Physical Activity Data Sets From Which Protected Health Information Has Been Removed With Use of Machine Learning

Methods Design, Setting, and Participants We conducted a cross-sectional study in 2018 (during which time data were being analyzed) using physical activity data measured by accelerometers (ActiGraph AM-7164) from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 2003-2004 and 2005-2006.19,20 NHANES is a yearly program conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) to track health and nutrition in the United States, and NCHS uses a multistage probability sampling design to select a participant sample that is representative of the diverse adult and child population in the United States.

Iris Recognition

Iris Recognition

Making the risk of data breach even greater, law enforcement often stores its iris biometrics on databases operated by vendors and other private third parties.

DNA testing companies put everyone’s privacy at risk

DNA testing companies put everyone’s privacy at risk

“Take home message: Your DNA can identify you whether you took or not a DTC test,” Yaniv Erlich, the lead author of the study, said on Twitter.

FBI Looking For Tech to Foil Fingerprint Obliteration

FBI Looking For Tech to Foil Fingerprint Obliteration

“The [Criminal Justice Information Services] Division has identified a growing trend in which criminals intentionally alter their fingerprints to defeat identification within the NGI System,” officials wrote in a request for information.

Aadhaar, World's Largest Digital ID Project, Sued For Data Leaks

Aadhaar, World's Largest Digital ID Project, Sued For Data Leaks

Highlights Delhi High Court will hear a plea seeking damages for Aadhaar data leaks The UIDAI has 6 weeks to reply and the case will be heard on November 19 Numerous reports of Aadhaar data leaks have raised security concerns

India’s Biometric Database Is Creating A Perfect Surveillance State — And U.S. Tech Companies Are On Board

India’s Biometric Database Is Creating A Perfect Surveillance State — And U.S. Tech Companies Are On Board

The CEO of Microsoft has repeatedly praised the project, and local media have carried frequent reports on consultations between the Indian government and senior executives from companies like Apple and Google (in addition to South Korean-based Samsung) on how to make tech products Aadhaar-enabled.