Do you think this technology will make the perpetrators think a bit before starting riots? Or maybe they don't think - that is the point.
This is the crowd before the riot in Vancouver. Put your cursor anywhere in the crowd and double-click a couple of times and then use the scroll button in the centre of your mouse to zoom in . . . all the way in.
This is the photo taken by Port Moody photographer Ronnie Miranda that appeared in our Tri-City News on Friday (24-June).
This is actually scary. You can see - perfectly - the faces of every single individual - and there were thousands!
Privacy? Just think what the police and the military have at their disposal.
Available for your credit union? Yes, indeed. Many financial institutions - banks, credit unions, investment organizations, etc. already use this technology. It's called "Facial Recognition." Do a search on Google.com using FACIAL RECOGNITION.
Also check out the following:
Credit union lauds facial search application
Members 1st VP: 'It really improves your relationship with a police force'
MECHANICSBURG, Pa.—Does facial recognition technology work? For Chip McBreen, vice president of fraud and security services at Members 1st Federal Credit Union it does. “It’s allowed me to gather additional information that I might not know is out there,” he said. “In a strict date and time search, I’m looking for a specific event and that’s what I’m getting. With the addition of facial recognition, I’m able to do an enterprise-wide search, allowing me to gather evidence that I just didn’t know about.”