Apple Headset patent application describes the ability to see invisible and hidden things

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An Apple Headset patent application describes how the device could allow users to see invisible or hidden things. This can range from invisible gases, via physical objects hidden in plain sight, to things like Wi-Fi. This could have important security uses, such as being able to see a dangerous gas leak, as well as more … Read more

Stade de France: Christian Estrosi calls for facial recognition and describes the CNIL as a “dusty institution”

The mayor of Nice regrets not being able to entrust part of the responsibility for maintaining order to an artificial intelligence. “Artificial intelligence will fully play its role and will be much more effective than doubling by three or quadrupling the forces of the Interior”. This May 31 in the morning, the mayor of Nice … Read more