"Let's see that facial recognition involves many risks, so from our part there is a waiting period until we see how it is used": so the ceo of Google, Sundar Pichai , in Brussels, during a conference on artificial intelligence organised by the european think-tank Bruegel. "It is important that the governments work as soon as possible legislation to deal with" the development and use of facial recognition, he explained Pichai acting on the event for the screening of the Eu to introduce a moratorium of five years for the use of technology in public places in Europe, in order to assess the impact and risks. At the time, highlighted the ceo of Mountain View - Google does not offer products for facial recognition generic because it is one of the "high-risk applications" that governments should consider as a priority.
Facial recognition and privacy, Google: the development of the technology to assess, rules are needed
"Let's see that facial recognition involves many risks, so from our part there is a waiting period until we see how it is used": so the ceo of Google, Sunda
20 January 2020 Monday 20:00