«Over a 10 week period the scientists showed images to human test subjects and recorded their brainwaves. At times the subjects brains were monitored in real-time while they were looking at the images, other times they were asked to “recall” the images. The researchers used the brain scans to train a deep learning network to “decode” the data and visualize what the person was thinking about».
Le Parlement européen a voté, jeuid 29 octobre, une résolution de 50 articles, condamnant à nouveau la surveillance des citoyens européens par les services secrets européens et américains.
At a base minimum, people should be able to walk down a public street without fear that companies they’ve never heard of are tracking their every movement –and identifying them by name –using facial recognition technology