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gizmodo.comAmazon's Plan to Scan Your Face Even Has Police Worried It's Too Creepy, New Emails ShowAcross the country, law enforcement agencies are teaming up with data firms to bring facial recognition to public spaces, including airports, schools, and even protests. Most of these efforts remain clouded in secrecy, but newly released documents from Oregon officials using Amazon’s facial recognition offer our clearest look yet into how cops and their tech partners are massaging the ugly truths of facial recognition, including frequent mismatches, its use on people not suspected of crimes, and how to sell the public on something so obviously creepy—a task even police aren’t sure they’re up to.
msnbc.comAbout 10% of Congress went to DHS briefing on election securityWhen asked by NBC’s Garrett Haake about the poor attendance at the DHS' election security briefing this morning, Rep. Michael McCaul, Homeland Security Committee Chair, placed blame on the briefing’s early start time: “Well it was the 8 o’clock In defense to my colleagues,” adding, “They’ve been talking a lot about this issue, we were a little surprised that not as many showed up.”
jalopnik.comHere Are Five Wonderful Cars At The Carlisle Import And Performance NationalsI have a new appreciation for the Carlisle Import and Performance Nationals, a combo show for vintage import cars and modern tuner cars all sharing the same fairground in Pennsylvania. Expect to see a V8-swapped Mazda RX-7 with a rear wing as big as a tea table next to a classic Land Rover and an actual tea table. We made it out this year and found some very Good Cars.
artnews.comIn 2019, ADAA Art Show Will Again Open in Late February in New York, Week Before Armory Show -The organization's president said he wanted "to maintain the fair’s longstanding place in the art world calendar and the singular setting, location, and accessibility provided by the Park Avenue Armory.” Read More
complex.comASAP Rocky Talks New Album 'Testing' and Working With Kanye WestIn the three years since his last album, A$AP Rocky has broadened his horizons. He’s a businessman now, with the agency signees, fashion collabs, and famous friends to show for it. It’s been a fruitful time off, but with his new album ‘Testing’ on the way, he’s out to prove one thing: that A$AP Rocky is one of the defining artists of his generation.
theedadvocate.orgJumpstarting Learning for Children Living in Poverty - The EdvocateSpread the loveContrary to popular belief, DNA is not a child’s destiny. IQ is not fixed. Cognitive skills can change. This is critically important in K-12 schools because of the poverty gap — the difference between a child’s chronological age and developmental age. In a healthy environment, a child’s developmental age will match his or her chronological age. In a high-risk environment, research shows that while a child’s chronological age is 5 years old, his or her developmental age is closer to 3 years old. This has a huge impact on school readiness and performance. Today, 51 percent of all …
jalopnik.comThe Ford Mustang-Inspired Mach 1 Electric SUV Will Be Based On The Focus: ReportWhen Ford first announced a new electric performance SUV at the Detroit Auto Show in January, a teaser video showed the Ford Explorer and Ford Mustang as its inspirations. Ford even nicknamed it the “Mach 1” as an ode to the Mustang. But Autocar reports that the new SUV will be built on the new global Focus platform.