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One of the emerging battlegrounds of artificial intelligence technology is personal delivery bots, small robots that autonomously deliver orders from stores to front doors.
On February 24, 2021, the comment period ended for a consent agreement between the Federal Trade Commission and Everalbum, Inc. (and its successor, Paravision), concerning Everalbum’s use of facial recognition technology. As Mary Hildebrand and I discussed in a recent podcast, this decision offers significant guidance – and warnings – to other organizations that incorporate … Continue reading FTC Cracks Down on Facial Recognition Software That Doesn’t Announce Itself
In the most recent edition of the McLane Middleton Minutes podcast, I interviewed Mary Hildebrand, chair of Lowenstein Sandler’s privacy and cybersecurity practice group, about best practices for companies considering facial recognition software. In particular, we focused on the lessons from the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and the Federal Trade Commission’s recent Everalbum settlement … Continue reading Face-Off or Face-On: How Organizations Should Approach Facial Recognition Software
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