Employee anti-surveillance tech and tricks are hot, hot, hot.
Thermal cameras might help economies reopen without un-flattening the curve.
Colleges and universities across the country use sophisticated surveillance systems to track their students’ locations.
As Ring expands partnerships with local law enforcement, the fine print issues are becoming clearer.
Spotify uses emotional surveillance tactics to sell data, and brands are cashing in.
Now that China has established itself as a surveillance powerhouse, it has started selling its technology at a more affordable price to countries that otherwise couldn’t afford it.
SenseTime, a Chinese facial-recognition technology company, just pulled a piping-hot $600m of funding out of the oven — making the company nearly twice as valuable as the 2nd-hottest AI startup, Shanghai-based Yitu. The Chinese State Council’s 3-step strategic plan for AI-domination by 2030 has positioned SenseTime for lucrative government contracts and investment from Chinese heavyweights […]