In a bold move to secure personal privacy, D-ID’s “firewall”, planned to be launched in May, will foil facial recognition algorithms by subtly altering uploaded images to protect identities, undercutting automatic social media facial recognition capabilities.
• Firm’s CEO, “Our photos must be protected because unlike passwords, you cannot change your face.”
By Reuters & Israel Hayom Staff
Big brother is watching. But in the future, he may no longer be so all-knowing.
Riding the wave of a global push to comply with new privacy standards, a small Israeli company believes it can help you, and your face, stay anonymous in a hyper-connected world. Continue Reading »