How Google's new acquisition could track our lives
Could Google's purchase of Neven Vision could lead to a vast people tracking system? With technology that recognizes faces, imagine a search for the image of you. It could plow through yearbooks, through the photos on social networking sites, through Flickr.
If it could actually distinguish your face from all the different angles, and with different lighting, one search could put together a timeline of your movements. It could also establish the people you hang around with--your social network. How Google's Neven Vision could track our lives
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