Nov. 21, 2023, 5:03 p.m. | Joel R. McConvey

Biometric Update

Cities in India and Thailand are beefing up their biometric surveillance capabilities with new real-time facial recognition systems, continuing global trends toward algorithm-assisted security.

A report in the Pune Mirror says that Pune, an IT and manufacturing hub in central India, has activated facial recognition in 2,880 of the cameras in its large CCTV network, strategically selected to cover key locations in the city. Employing one-to-many facial recognition, it compares facial features to images in a large criminal database …

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