ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH surveillance
09/04/2017 / By JD Heyes

By 2025, it’s possible that the last vestiges of privacy that still remain — and there aren’t many — will

http://www.robotics.news/2017-09-04-the-end-of-privacy-drone-makers-looking-to-expand-into-civilian-law-enforcement-market-as-replacement-for-police-helicopters.html

08/03/2017 / By JD Heyes

Everywhere you turn these days, new technology seeks to undermine both constitutional guarantees and basic assumptions of privacy, when you

http://www.robotics.news/2017-08-03-big-brother-robots-roomba-pursuing-plan-to-share-3d-maps-of-your-private-home-with-google-apple-and-amazon.html

07/30/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

If you’ve ever wandered through a crowded airport trying to find an available AC outlet to recharge your electronic device

http://www.robotics.news/2017-07-30-amazon-awarded-patent-for-friendly-robot-that-stalks-you-around-airports-and-retail-outlets.html

07/20/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The next step in drone technology has been realized: scientists from the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge in England

http://www.robotics.news/2017-07-20-coming-soon-spy-dragonflies-that-monitor-you-and-upload-audio-video-to-the-nsa-or-cia.html

03/13/2017 / By Daniel Barker

Amazon’s voice-activated virtual assistant, Alexa, may soon have the capability to identify who is speaking to it – a feature

http://www.robotics.news/2017-03-13-big-brother-amazons-alexa-programmers-are-working-on-voice-identification-software.html

02/01/2017 / By Daniel Barker

Imagine a swarm of genetically-engineered cyborg insects capable of flying around undetected while engaging in spying and other activities on

http://www.robotics.news/2017-02-01-genetically-engineered-cyborg-dragonflies-now-being-weaponized-for-surveillance-missions.html

11/18/2015 / By Greg White

Walmart has recently tested a facial recognition software, known as FaceFirst, which can purportedly stop shoplifters dead in their tracks. The system

http://www.robotics.news/2015-11-18-walmarts-anti-theft-facial-recognition-software-sparks-privacy-concerns.html