From the “no matter how bad you think it is, it’s worse” department.

  • @ryven@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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    5 months ago

    But they haven’t found the facial database and Invenda claims they don’t have one, right? Their story is that the machine takes an image, runs some local processing to determine demographic info about the user/customer/target/victim, and then stores that instead of storing the image or biometrics.

    There’s a good chance they’re lying but claiming the database has been “revealed” when no one has found it yet seems like sensationalism.

    Edit: “Secret demographic database derived from facial recognition” would be true but sounds less snappy, I guess?