New Face, Who Dis? Protecting Privacy in a World of Surveillance

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Facial recognition is eroding privacy and other human rights. Industry and government have ethical responsibilities to prevent this, but what if there were a way to enhance privacy for individuals without waiting for the cavalry? Adversarial technology gives people a way to protect this biometric. We’ll review the latest research, learn key strategies, and use them to demo a new open-source tool.

Mike Kiser


Director of Strategy and Standards, SailPoint

Hackers & Threats Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Privacy

biometrics ethics hackers & threats privacy artificial intelligence & machine learning



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