Americans feel concerned, confused, and report a feeling of lack of control over their personal information nowadays. They believe it’s not possible to go through daily life without being tracked…and they don’t like the feeling.… Read More »What Do Americans Think about Privacy and The Vulnerability of Their Data?
Last year’s survey revealed that Americans feel rather confused and anxious when it comes to privacy issues. Skepticism towards privacy-related subjects remains at an all-time high. Americans complain about the potential risks they face because… Read More »Key Takeaways on Americans’ Views About Privacy, Surveillance, and Data Sharing
Smart home devices, self-taught applications, independent beings that learn by themselves, and provide you with the best quality time, while you simply relax at home or outside of it? Let’s see what we need to… Read More »AI Security Cameras: Everything You Need to Know
A security breach is a problem of our times. Recently, we talk a lot about the security of the digital sector that, even if it has been existing for decades, never really concerned every one… Read More »What Is a Security Breach and What You Should Do About It?
Opportunities, Fears, and Challenges in the Use of Computer Vision in Surveillance Systems: A Brief Outlook
By David Alejandro Pabon, – The person identification problem is one of the most extensively researched problems over the past decades and has recently received an immense amount of commercial interest due to its increased… Read More »Opportunities, Fears, and Challenges in the Use of Computer Vision in Surveillance Systems: A Brief Outlook
By David Camilo, Edited by Nima Schei– Computer vision faces a processing challenge, in order to get results as fast as possible. Usually, the algorithmic processes, such as machine learning and deep learning processing take… Read More »IoT and Edge Computing for Computer Vision