Infographic: 11 Best Practices to Ensure Ethical Facial Recognition

Facial recognition has certainly captured today’s headlines, raising important questions about its accuracy and use.

These concerns have even led to blanket bans on use of the technology in several U.S. and European cities without regard to the purpose or the benefits of specific applications. There is a clear need for steps to build public trust without eliminating the crucial benefits the technology can provide.

That’s why it’s important to define the elements and boundaries of ethical facial recognition. Both developers and end users have a duty to ensure that advanced technologies, particularly those enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning, are used in a responsible manner consistent with key values and with appropriate safeguards.

Our new infographic shows you the key ingredients of an ethical approach to implementing a facial recognition solution for real-time video surveillance.

Want to learn more? Check out our eBook, The Rise of Ethical Facial Recognition.

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About the Author

Dean Nicolls, Chief Marketing Officer

Nicolls has more than 25 years of experience in B2B marketing with a focus on cloud services, including roles at Jumio, TeleSign, Starbucks, Microsoft and a variety of early stage cloud-based security companies. As CMO, Nicolls manages branding, demand generation, channel marketing, PR and analyst relations and is passionate about making the world a safer place with user-centric physical and cyber security solutions.