On this week’s APP SHOW video podcast, Clearview AI has been scraping all your photos for its facial recognition database. Should you be afraid? And how worried should you be? Android 11 is now a reality, and the first BETA is out in the wild. Here’s what excites us. We’re also opening up the APP Show mailbag to make way for your questions. Get ready for the June 21, 2020, edition of the APP SHOW video podcast.
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Clearview AI is a tool that law enforcement has been using to identify suspects in crimes. To make the AI more effective, the company has been scraping all your social media profiles, and the Internet for your photos to add to its collective knowledge. This is just the beginning. How creepy is that? Is this even legal? It’s getting very ‘Minority Report.’ To help us understand what is happening along with the many implications, we went to Dr. Ann Cavoukian, a former privacy commissioner for the province of Ontario, to find out more.
The latest version of Android 11 has just been released to the wild in BETA. The preview is packed full of new features that developers are just starting to learning how to work with. But what will the experience be for the end-users? And does it really kill ‘zombies’? We dive into some of the more compelling features of Google’s latest mobile OS to find out more.
And finally, the APP Show mailbag is opening to reveal some of your best questions. We give our best answers on some of the questions you’ve posed to us.
Our hosts this week are Mike Agerbo, John Biehler and Graham Williams. Joining us is Dr. Ann Cavoukian, a leading privacy expert and former privacy commissioner of the province of Ontario, Canada.
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