Episode 57: You Look Familiar, Did I See You on the Internet?
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk facial recognition AI using our photos for training, and how we collectively negotiate our own privacy online.
- This new tool can tell you if your online photos are helping train facial recognition systems - CNN — Exposing.ai, unveiled in January, lets you know whether photos you've posted to image-sharing site Flickr have been used to advance this controversial application of artificial intelligence by allowing you to search more than 3.6 million photos in six facial-recognition image datasets.
- Check if your photos were used in AI surveillance research projects — Check if your Flickr photos were used to build face recognition
- Clearview AI’s Facial Recognition App Called Illegal in Canada - The New York Times — Canadian authorities declared that the company needed citizens’ consent to use their biometric information, and told the firm to delete facial images from its database.
- This 'Anonymizer' Tool Replaces Your Face With a Fake to Trick Facial Recognition | Debugger — Try the Anonymizer tool to create a fake face that looks like you
- Doc Searls Weblog · About face — We know more than we can tell.
- Facebook CIA Project: The Onion News Network ONN - YouTube
- Sun on Privacy: 'Get Over It' | WIRED — "You have zero privacy anyway," Scott McNealy told a group of reporters and analysts Monday night at an event to launch his company's new Jini technology.
"Get over it."
- The Andromeda Strain - MichaelCrichton.com
- A Vast Web of Vengeance - The New York Times — Outrageous lies destroyed Guy Babcock’s online reputation. When he went hunting for their source, what he discovered was worse than he could have imagined.
- Canadian Woman Accused of Defaming Dozens Online Is Arrested in Toronto - The New York Times — Nadire Atas, a Canadian woman who wrote thousands of online posts defaming her perceived enemies, was arrested on Tuesday by the police in Toronto. She was charged with crimes including harassment and libel, a Toronto police spokeswoman said.
- CORE Response: Community Organized Relief Effort — Together, we save lives.
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