Controversy over facial recognition tech grabs headlines as GSX 2019 opens | #TpromoCom #VideoSurveillance #FacialRecognition #Security #GSX | Despite advancements in technology and expanding applications, many ethical and legal questions still surround the technology’s use.
GSX 2019 began this week with several of the ASIS Councils meeting to discuss objectives, succession planning and the new move to “virtualizing” interest in the ASIS Council verticals through “communities” or ASIS International’s version of member-accessed user forums. In this more centralized Council focus, deliverables are made more widely accessible to the membership, improving value.
Day 1 of the conference had a number of unique education sessions, with one about “Managing Diverse Collections of Visual Data,” or how video surveillance and acoustic detection continues to present law enforcement with a staggering amount of information. Public/private partnerships leverage industrial IP camera systems for NGOs to securely share digital multimedia content with agencies.
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