This panel will delve into recent EU decisions and the on-going challenges in the relationship between GDPR and facial recognition.
These Guidelines cover uses of facial recognition technologies, including live facial recognition
technologies and provide a set of reference measures entities using facial recognition technologies should follow.
This paper looks at the fundamental rights implications of relying on live facial recognition technologies, focusing on its use for law enforcement and border-management purposes.
The Principles have been designed to drive responsible data use by those businesses and on-line platforms developing and using facial recognition technology in commercial settings.
French data protection authority CNIL has published document on use of facial recognition to start a debate about use of such technologies and their impact on privacy and data protection.
his report provides details about the recognition process, notes where demographic effects could occur, details specific performance metrics and analyses, gives empirical results, and recommends research into the mitigation of performance deficiencies.