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In-Q-Tel’s first chairman was Gilman Louie, who served on the board of the NVCA with Breyer. Another key figure in the In-Q-Tel team is Anita K Jones, former director of defence research and engineering for the US department of defence, and – with Breyer – board member of BBN Technologies. When she left the US department of defence, Senator Chuck Robb paid her the following tribute: “She brought the technology and operational military communities together to design detailed plans to sustain US dominance on the battlefield into the next century.”
How does NetClean ProActive work? NetClean ProActive is a centrally controlled software system that shields business networks from child sexual abuse images. Via collaboration, NetClean has access to information from databases with suspected child sexual abuse images. A unique code – a digital fingerprint of sorts – is created from each of these images, and the agent subsequently searches for these codes. NetClean ProActive is continually and automatically updated with new image codes. Proactive is always running in the background. If something happens when the computer is offline, it will be locally stored and forwarded as soon as the computer is online again. If an incident occurs, the designated contact within the organisation is notified via text message or e-mail. This means that those responsible do not need to continually monitor the system; alerts indicate when something occurs..
NYPD uses high-tech software to capture suspect Updated: Friday, 16 Mar 2012, 5:20 PM EDT Published : Friday, 16 Mar 2012, 5:20 PM EDT NEW YORK - New York City detectives have used cutting-edge facial recognition software to capture a man suspected in a shooting at a barbershop. The bullet grazed the 39-year-old man's head. He required stitches, but will survive. Police say the man was beaten and shot on March 10 over a neighborhood dispute as he tried to get a haircut.The victim knew the shooter but not his name, pulled up a Facebook photo and gave it to police. Authorities at the Real Time Crime Center fed the photo through the system and a match appeared: The suspect's prior mug shot
But millions of people already have such images of themselves on file in their driver's licenses. In 2009, the FBI used facial recognition software to nab a suspect in a double -homicide who they believed had fled from California to North Carolina. The authorities compared a 1991 booking photo of the suspect against the 30 million photos that the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles had on file. Twenty-eight photos came up as possible matches. An FBI analyst then whittled the number down to just one man, who was later arrested and positively identified as the fugitive.
Originally posted by DocHolidaze
it seems as if a new breed of criminal shall arise, face changers.
Originally posted by AQuestion
reply to post by studio500
Good post and information that people should know. Peace.
Originally posted by thehoneycomb
There are a few ways to not allow this to happen although not fool proof.
Don't allow friends to tag you.
Don't tag your friends.
Upload pictures of random objects and tag them with your name.
Don't use Facebook.