What facial recognition steals from us

What facial recognition steals from us

Now that facial recognition algorithms exist, they can be effectively linked to any digital camera and any database of labeled faces to surveil any given population of people.And join the Open Sourced Reporting Network to help us report on the real consequences of data, privacy, algorithms, and AI.

Oppo's under-screen camera is real and taking photos in Shanghai

Oppo's under-screen camera is real and taking photos in Shanghai

According to Oppo, this zoned-out area features a highly-transparent material plus a redesigned pixel structure for improved light transmittance. Oppo added that the under-screen camera itself also packs a larger sensor with bigger pixels, along with a larger aperture to get as much light as possible.

SHA-1 Has One Foot In the Grave

SHA-1 Has One Foot In the Grave

Last week, researchers Gaëtan Leurent and Thomas Peyrin released a paper detailing improvements to the original SHAttered project that theoretically allow chosen-plaintext attacks against SHA-1. A fully-functional version of this type of attack was demonstrated in 2009 with a dramatic improvement to chosen-prefix attacks for the MD5 hash algorithm.

Mozilla Firefox to Enable Hyperlink Ping Tracking By Default

Mozilla Firefox to Enable Hyperlink Ping Tracking By Default

Mozilla has told BleepingComputer that they will be enabling the tracking feature called hyperlink auditing, or Pings, by default in Firefox.

Impact of 5G on Location technology

Impact of 5G on Location technology

In the modern world, it means that 5G is stepping up, bringing entirely new techniques that improve and speed the location technology. The fifth generation of mobile connectivity brings everyone the chance to see the exact routes and up-to-date location information.