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Feds Force Suspect To Unlock An Apple iPhone X With Their Face - 3 octobre 2018
It finally happened. The feds forced an Apple iPhone X owner to unlock their device with their face. A child abuse investigation unearthed by Forbes includes the first known case in which law enforcement used Apple Face ID facial recognition technology to open a suspect’s iPhone. That’s by any police agency (...)

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Intelligence Émotionnelle : Les Robots Plus Forts Que L’Homme ? - 12 juin 2018
Et si l’intelligence artificielle était en passe de surpasser l’homme sur le terrain de l’émotion ? L’association entre intelligence artificielle et émotion n’est pas forcement évidente, tant les deux concepts semblent éloignés l’un de l’autre. Pourtant cela pourrait être une conclusion étonnante si l’on prenait la peine d’y (...)

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Facebook : Une Base De Données Intarissable Pour Les Services De Reconnaissance Faciale - 21 avril 2018
La semaine dernière, lorsque Mark Zuckerberg a été auditionné par le comité américain de l’énergie et du commerce à la suite du scandale Cambridge Analytica, il a essayé de décrire la différence qui existe entre « la surveillance et ce que nous faisons » : « Cette différence est très claire. Sur Facebook, vous pouvez contrôler (...)

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These Ex-Spies Are Harvesting Facebook Photos For A Massive Facial Recognition Database - 17 avril 2018
When Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee last week in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica revelations, he tried to describe the difference between "surveillance and what we do." "The difference is extremely clear," a nervous-looking Zuckerberg said. "On Facebook, you have (...)

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Amazon Go : Chez Amazon, l’Intelligence Artificielle Supprime Les Caisses - 29 janvier 2018
Aujourd’hui, pour le déjeuner, je me suis arrêté dans la nouvelle supérette d’Amazon dans le nord du centre ville de Seattle. Je prends un sandwich au thon dans les frigos, je le mets dans ma poche et me dirige vers la sortie en affichant une tête aussi détendue que possible. En chemin, l’un des employés m’arrête. Je (...)

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Is Google About To Start Sharing Your Facial Recognition Data ? - 29 avril 2017
The Google Photos app is well known for its machine learning-based trickery, which can appear at first like magic. Now, according to a teardown of the latest version of the Android app, it appears there’s plenty more trickery to come. This time, Android Police has found several new messages deep within the app’s (...)

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How Paris ISIS Terrorists May Have Used PlayStation 4 To Discuss And Plan Attacks - 16 novembre 2015
Correction : This post has been edited as it has not been confirmed that a console was found as a result of these specific Belgian terror raids. Minister Jambon was speaking about tactics he knows ISIS to be using generally. Evidence gathered in recent raids has not been publicly listed. Following Friday night’s (...)

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Location, Sensors, Voice, Photos ?! Spotify Just Got Real Creepy With The Data It Collects On You - 22 août 2015
Music streaming market leader Spotify has decided that it wants to know a lot more about you. It wants to be able to access the sensor information on your phone so it can determine whether you’re walking, running or standing still. It wants to know your GPS coordinates, grab photos from your phone and look through (...)

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British Snoops GCHQ Openly Recruiting Hackers As Government Seeks More Surveillance Powers - 13 mai 2015
Now that the Conservative Party has secured a majority government in the UK, it’s pushing ahead with plans to expand the surveillance state with the Communications Data Bill, also known as Snooper’s Charter, which would require communications providers from BT to Facebook to maintain records of customers’ internet (...)

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Is Your TV Spying On You ? - 10 février 2015
If you have a Samsung SmartTV the answer is, well, it very well could be. The news broke this week that Samsung has a TV that can listen in to your conversations, record them and then upload the information to servers under their control. Then your data could be then farmed out to third party companies. I’m (...)

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Nest Gives Google Its Next Big Data Play : Energy - 22 janvier 2014
When Google bought Motorola in 2012, its mandate was to get more millions people on the mobile web. Now with its $3.2 billion purchase of Nest Labs, Google could get millions of homes connected to a different kind of web : an energy management system powered by Big Data. The sexy world of smart homes aside, one (...)

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AT&T Offers $29 Monthly Discount To Internet Users Willing To Be Tracked For Ads - 27 décembre 2013
AT&T is getting into the high-speed Internet game, doing for Austin, Texas what Google Fiber did for Kansas City. The company is inviting Austinites who live in the right neighborhoods to sign up for faster downloads ; you can get your TV episode hit in just a few seconds, a press release promises. The (...)

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These Companies Build The Technology Used To Spy On You - 21 novembre 2013
Privacy International has released a collection of 1,203 documents on the private surveillance sector, detailing mass surveillance technologies capable of covertly collecting millions of emails, text messages, and phone calls on citizens around the world. The documents mention two companies known for selling (...)

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Hackers Reveal Nasty New Car Attacks—With Me Behind The Wheel - 26 juillet 2013
Stomping on the brakes of a 3,500-pound Ford Escape that refuses to stop–or even slow down–produces a unique feeling of anxiety. In this case it also produces a deep groaning sound, like an angry water buffalo bellowing somewhere under the SUV’s chassis. The more I pound the pedal, the louder the groan gets–along (...)

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SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, And The Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones - 22 juillet 2013
Smartphones are susceptible to malware and carriers have enabled NSA snooping, but the prevailing wisdom has it there’s still one part of your mobile phone that remains safe and un-hackable : your SIM card. Yet after three years of research, German cryptographer Karsten Nohl claims to have finally found encryption (...)

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How Technology Can Limit India’s Rampant Corruption - 15 juillet 2012
When you think of cutting-edge innovation, a massive bureaucracy might be the last thing that comes to mind. But in India, a massive experiment is underway to take a technology that was once a hallmark of science fiction and apply it to solving the nation’s greatest challenges. A small group of entrepreneurs (...)

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Skype for Windows and Microsoft Launch Conversation Ads - 15 juin 2012
Skype announced today that it will offer “conversation ads” for its many customers. These ads will appear during audio calls next to the image of the contact being called. If you have a Skype credit or subscription, these ads won’t appear (for now). If you have a free account and use Skype for Windows, you’ll see (...)

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Here’s Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years - 10 juin 2012
We think of Google and Facebook as Web gorillas. They’ll be around forever. Yet, with the rate that the tech world is moving these days, there are good reasons to think both might be gone completely in 5 – 8 years. Not bankrupt gone, but MySpace gone. And there’s some academic theory to back up that view, along (...)

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Facebook Privacy Policy Change Paves Way For Off-Facebook Advertising - 15 mai 2012
Facebook is revamping its privacy policy* (which it likes to call a “data use policy”), fulfilling a pledge it made to the Irish privacy regulator to be more transparent and detailed about how it will and won’t use the dirt it has on its users. You can see the new policy (with tracked changes) here. The two main (...)

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Using Facial Recognition Technology To Choose Which Bar To Go To - 4 mai 2012
Facial recognition technology is steadily creeping into mainstream use. Photo-sharing sites, including Facebook, use it to help you tag friends in photos. Digital billboards use it to decide whether to show you an ad for a manly beer or a feminine product. And soon bars will be using it to tell you whether they’re (...)