Report: Facebook Wants to Build Facial Recognition Tech into ‘Smart Glasses’ - Breitbart
Feb 27, 2021 1 min, 0 secs
A recent report from BuzzFeed News alleges that social media giant Facebook is considering building facial recognition technology into its upcoming smart glasses product.

In a recent report titled “Facebook Is Considering Facial Recognition For Its Upcoming Smart Glasses,” BuzzFeed News writes that the social media giant Facebook is discussing building facial recognition into its upcoming smart glasses product and has been weighing the legal implications of the tech according to executives at an internal meeting this week.

“Face recognition … might be the thorniest issue, where the benefits are so clear, and the risks are so clear, and we don’t know where to balance those things,” Bosworth said in response to an employee question about whether people would be able to “mark their faces as unsearchable” when smart glasses become a prevalent technology.

Facebook Chief Diversity Officer Maxine Williams reportedly noted during the conversation that the company may need to develop its own principles on facial recognition that would take precedence in places where there are no laws governing the technology; such as Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) which ordered Facebook last year to pay $650 million to Illinois citizens for violating BIPA with the company’s photo-tagging feature.

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