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Facedeals:facial recognition cam checks people in to their favorite shop etc

 

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Door BarbaricFellow om 10:43 op 15-08-2012 in Vrijheid
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Na veel checken lijkt het waar te zijn…, Facebook idioterie van de dag:

“Facedeals uses facial recognition technology to check people in to their favorite bar, restaurant or local hangout….”

Proefballon of niet, het wordt steeds moeilijker om niet spontaan over je nek te gaan bij het woord facebook.  Of idd mensen nog langer serieus te nemen die er ondanks alles blijven vertoeven.
Oeps, wat glipt er nu weer uit. zipper

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http://redpepperland.com/lab/details/facedeals

 

 

Facedeals: An offer we should probably refuse


Facial recognition just got real as Redpepper begins testing its product on the public through business to consumer deals.
We’ve all done it. A quick trip to the store without bothering to think what we look like. Or a sick day from work that turned into a day at the mall, movies or beach. They’ll soon be captured as a “check-in” and posted in your Facebook feed without anyone telling you to smile for the Candid Camera.
Developed by Redpepper, a Nashville, Tenn advertising agency, comes a camera and system they’ve named Facedeals to be used as an app with Facebook. Businesses install the camera and once someone has added the app on Facebook, they’ll be recognized and checked in at any location with the device.
The “deals” part comes in because loyal customers are rewarded with discounts based on their frequent “check-ins” to the establishment as well as their “likes” and activity preferences on Facebook.
To add to the mix, in June, Facebook bought Face.com, and Face.com API, the development platform and power behind the face recognition app Klik. This new technology works in conjunction with Facebook and tags new photos taken on a mobile device before being uploaded to the site. All using the recognizable features of height, weight, age, race, gender and even mood.
There’s a trend in businesses warming up to the idea of facial recognition to increase revenue. With so few left that don’t have a Facebook business/fan page, it’s hard to imagine ones that wouldn’t invest in this deal. The consumer, in return, gets marked down items, free gifts or whatever the business chooses to give. Sounds like a win/win all the way around.
But does this infringe on our privacy rights? What does it mean for a Mom who likes the app and perks but would rather not have 35 likes on her “check-in” at the gynecologist. How about a husband who might be skipping out on his diet and just wants to anonymously eat a burger and fries on the way home? And those are minor examples with the extreme being pretty invasive, including where one banks to where they pick up their kids, etc.


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