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Tag Archives: “Dressing for the Surveillance Age” John Seabrook “The New Yorker”

SEEKING ANONYMITY IN A CROWD PART 2

JOHN SEABROOK’s MOST informative “Dressing for the Surveillance Age” in yesterday’s SimanaitisSays got us into the latest of deep-learning facial recognition. Today in Part 2, we learn about our cars’ … Continue reading

March 14, 2020 · 2 Comments

SEEKING ANONYMITY IN A CROWD PART 1

IT’S LIKE LIVING IN a small town, where everyone knows everything about everyone else. Or, at least, they think they do. Modern surveillance technology recognizes the face in the crowd. … Continue reading

March 13, 2020 · Leave a comment