Alessandro Acquisti Discussed Facebook Research

Carnegie Mellon University researcher Alessandro Acquisti spoke at Black Hat on the “Faces of Facebook,” in which he discussed research showing how facial recognition software can be used to unite disparate silos of public and private data online, creating a comprehensive, Minority Report-style identity profile that’s linked to an individual’s appearance.

Carnegie Mellon University researcher Alessandro Acquisti spoke at Black Hat on the “Faces of Facebook,” in which he discussed research showing how facial recognition software can be used to unite disparate silos of public and private data online, creating a comprehensive, Minority Report-style identity profile that’s linked to an individual’s appearance.

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